This article discusses some aspects of Heisenberg groups and the ways in which their algebraic structure is reflected in Fourier analysis, complex analysis, and geometry.
The moduli space of curves plays a key role in algebraic geometry. This article focuses on the so-called tautological ring, emphasizing its combinatorial structure.
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