Algebraic Geometry: Seattle 2005, Summer Research Institute by D. Abramovich, A. Bertram, L. Katzarkov, R. Pandharipande, PDF
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Extra resources for Algebraic Geometry: Seattle 2005, Summer Research Institute July 25-August 12, 2005, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington part 2
The change of variables for the crepant resolution conjecture in the case of G-Hilb(V ) → V /G where G is a polyhedral or binary polyhedral group is given by y0 = x0 , 1 yR = |G| qR = exp χV (g) − dim V χR (g) x(g) , g∈G 2πi dim R |G| where R runs over the non-trivial irreducible representations of G. The term under the radical is always a negative real number and so the square root can chosen to be a positive multiple of i. Note that as a consequence of V being the natural representation of a polyhedral or binary polyhedral group, the orbifold X = [V /G] satisﬁes the hard Lefschetz condition.
However, in this case, we know that the degree of cνµ is zero, so the divisibility constraint forces this invariant to vanish. This reduces our task to the calculation of the invariants cµµ . We can further reduce to the case where the partition µ has just one part, by using the following lemma. 9. cµµ 1 = z(µ) l(µ) (µ ) µi c(µii ) . i=1 The right hand side of this formula is easily seen to be the contribution from those components of M 0,((2),µ,µ) (X , d) where the corresponding branched cover C consists of l(µ) connected components, all but one of which is a smooth genus zero curve branched only at 0 and ∞.
Combining the above formulas with the divisor equation and the point axiom, we have shown the following. 2. The genus zero Gromov-Witten potential function of Y is given by: 1 d dy1 1 1 t 1 + t2 3 FY = y1 + (t1 + t2 ) y 3 − y0 y12 + q e . 12t1 t2 0 4 12 d3 d>0 We now consider the invariants for the orbifold X . Let 1 and D be the nat0 2 ural generators for Horb (X ) and Horb (X ) and let x0 and x1 be the corresponding variables. Since the coarse moduli space for X is aﬃne, every stable map is constant.
Algebraic Geometry: Seattle 2005, Summer Research Institute July 25-August 12, 2005, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington part 2 by D. Abramovich, A. Bertram, L. Katzarkov, R. Pandharipande, M. Thaddeus (ed.)