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  • n. holomorphic functions (or their study)

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character of being holomorphic.


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  • Then I prepared with Tom and Eric for our supersymmetry talk on holomorphy and moduli spaces for friday.

    A Busy Day « Imaginary Potential

  • The RH problem is equivalent to some differential equations - and they physically correspond to R-symmetry, scale symmetry, holomorphy.

    The Reference Frame

  • However, as you might guess, my own examples are predominantly drawn from those areas of physics with which I am most familiar - for example, supersymmetry, and the restrictions that holomorphy places on superpotentials, is a nice illustration of the power of complex analysis.

    Cosmic Variance


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