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Communications in Mathematical Physics

, Volume 156, Issue 2, pp 301–331 | Cite as

Topological orbifold models and quantum cohomology rings

  • Eric Zaslow
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Abstract

We discuss the topological sigma model on an orbifold target space. We describe the moduli space of classical minima for computing correlation functions involving twisted operators, and show, through a detailed computation of an orbifold ofCP1 by the dihedral groupD4, how to compute the complete ring of observables. Through this procedure, we compute all the rings of dihedralCP1 orbifolds. We then considerCP2/D4, and show how the techniques of topologicalanti-topological fusion might be used to compute twist field correlation functions for nonabelian orbifolds.

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Neural Network Correlation Function Modulus Space Quantum Computing Sigma Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eric Zaslow
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  1. 1.Lyman Laboratory of PhysicsHarvard UniversityCambridgeUSA

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