Enumerative Geometry via Stable Maps

Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 249)


Classical approaches to enumerative questions frequently made use of the “principle of conservation of number.” Roughly speaking, it was tacitly assumed that the number of solutions to a counting problem remains constant when the “generic” conditions imposed are moved to special position.


Modulus Space Irreducible Component Marked Point Inverse Image Plane Curf 
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