
AMS/IP Studies in Advanced Mathematics 1998; 444 pp; softcover Volume: 9 Reprint/Revision History: reprinted 2001 ISBN10: 082182743X ISBN13: 9780821827437 List Price: US$63 Member Price: US$50.40 Order Code: AMSIP/9.S See also: Mirror symmetry II  B Greene and ST Yau Mirror Symmetry III  Duong H Phong, Luc Vinet and ShingTung Yau Mirror Symmetry IV  Eric D'Hoker, Duong Phong and ShingTung Yau  This volume is an updated edition of Essays on Mirror Manifolds, the first book of papers published after the phenomenon of mirror symmetry was discovered. The two major groups who made the discovery reported their papers here. Greene, Plesser, and Candelas gave details on their findings; Witten gave his interpretation which was vital for future development. Vafa introduced the concept of quantum cohomology. Several mathematicians, including Katz, Morrison, Wilson, Roan, Tian, Hübsch, Yau, and Borcea discussed current knowledge about CalabiYau manifolds. Ferrara and his coauthors addressed special geometry and \(N=2\) supergravity. Roček proposed possible mirrors for CalabiYau manifolds with torsion. This collection continues to be an important book on this spectacular achievement in algebraic geometry and mathematical physics. Also available from the AMS are the related volumes, Mirror Symmetry II (1996), Mirror Symmetry III (1999), and Mirror Symmetry IV (2002). Titles in this series are copublished with International Press of Boston, Inc., Cambridge, MA. Readership Graduate students, research mathematicians and mathematical physicists working in algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, and number theory. Reviews From a review of the first edition ... "This volume is very timely, giving very broad coverage of one of the important developments in mathematics and physics today ... This volume is a requisite for those working in the area of CY \(3\)folds, as well as those interested in mathematical implications of contemporary physics."  Mathematical Reviews Table of Contents



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