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From D-modules to Deformation Quantization Modules

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From D-modules to Deformation Quantization Modules
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Publisher: UPMC
Number of pages: 89

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The aim of these lecture notes is first to introduce the reader to the theory of D-modules in the analytical setting and also to make a link with the theory of deformation quantization (DQ for short) in the complex setting.

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