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**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by J. Lepowsky, S. Mandelstam, I.M. Singer. |

Series | Mathematical Sciences Research Institute publications -- v. 3, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute publications -- 3 |

Contributions | Lepowsky, J., Mandelstam, Stanley., Singer, I. M. 1924-, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Berkeley, Calif.), Conference on Vertex Operators in Mathematics and Physics (1983 : Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, Calif.) |

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LC Classifications | QA252 V4 1985 |

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Pagination | xiv, 482 p. -- |

Number of Pages | 482 |

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Open Library | OL21441046M |

ISBN 10 | 0387961216, 3540961216 |

A Window Into Zeta and Modular Physics MSRI Publications Vol Vertex operators and modular forms GEOFFREY MASON AND MICHAEL TUITE CONTENTS Correlation functions and Eisenstein series 1. The big picture 2. Vertex operator algebras 3. Modular and quasimodular forms 4. Characters of vertex operator algebras 5. The book provides a detailed study of most basic families of vertex operator algebras and their representation theory. A number of new, original results are presented. This excellent book is written in a self-contained manner with detailed : James Lepowsky.

THEORY OF UNTWISTED VERTEX OPERATORS. The Operators Y(α,z) The Operators Y 1 (a,z) Calculation of Commutators. General Commutators of Untwisted Vertex Operators. Generalized Vertex Operators and their Commutators. THEORY OF TWISTED VERTEX OPERATORS. The Operators Y ν (a,z) Generalized Twisted Vertex Operators and their . Vertex Operators in Mathematics and Physics: Proceedings of a Conference November ,

Vertex Operator Algebras and Related Areas About this Title. Maarten Bergvelt, Gaywalee Yamskulna and Wenhua Zhao, Editors. Publication: Contemporary Mathematics Publication Year Volume ISBNs: (print); (online). Several books elucidating the properties and theory of vertex operator algebras (VOA) are now available but this is one of the early ones. While formal in its approach, and using notation that can be very difficult to read, this book nevertheless gives the reader keen insights into the theory, this coming from the summaries and motivations that occur at the beginning of every chapter.5/5(1).

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Vertex Operators in Mathematics and Physics (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Publications (3)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by J. Lepowsky (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Format: Paperback.

Vertex Operators in Mathematics and Physics Proceedings of a Conference November 10–17, Editors: Lepowsky, J., Mandelstam, S., Singer, I.M.

(Eds.) Free Preview. Vertex Operators in Mathematics and Physics Proceedings of a Conference November 10–17, Editors A central theme in this volume is the construction of affine Lie algebras using formal differential operators called vertex operators, which originally appeared in the dual-string theory.

with a brief historical account of vertex. This book presents the proceedings from the workshop, ''Vertex Operator Algebras in Mathematics and Physics'', held at The Fields Institute. It consists of papers based on many of the talks given at the conference by leading experts in the algebraic, geometric, and physical aspects of vertex operator algebra theory.

This work is motivated by and develops connections between several branches of mathematics and physics--the theories of Lie algebras, finite groups and modular functions in mathematics, and string theory in physics.

The first part of the book presents a new mathematical theory of vertex operator algebras, the algebraic counterpart of two 5/5(1).

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This work is motivated by and develops connections between several branches of mathematics and physics--the theories of Lie algebras, finite groups and modular functions in mathematics, and string theory in physics. The first part of the book presents a new mathematical theory of vertex operator algebras, the algebraic counterpart of two-dimensional holomorphic conformal.

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The first part of the book presents a new mathematical theory of vertex operator algebras, the algebraic counterpart of two. In Pure and Applied Mathematics, In order to present the results on vertex operator algebras we need to extend the formal calculus introduced in Chapter Section we introduce what we call “expansions of zero,” the algebraic analogues of δ-functions and their derivatives—distributions of finite support.

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