Geometry of 2D Topological Field Theories
by Boris Dubrovin
Publisher: arXiv 1994
Number of pages: 204
These lecture notes are devoted to the theory of equations of associativity describing geometry of moduli spaces of 2D topological field theories. Topics: WDVV equations and Frobenius manifolds; Polynomial solutions of WDVV; Symmetries of WDVV; etc.
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