The Kyoto Journal of Mathematics has a long and distinguished history of publishing high-quality and original mathematical research. It publishes research papers and surveys at the forefront of pure mathematics. Advance publication of articles online is available.

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The imbedding theorems for weighted Sobolev spacesToshio HoriuchiVolume 29, Number 3 (1989)
A few examples of local rings, IJun-ichi NishimuraVolume 52, Number 1 (2012)
Smoothing effect of weak solutions for the spatially homogeneous Boltzmann equation without angular cutoffRadjesvarane Alexandre, Yoshinori Morimoto, Seiji Ukai, Chao-Jiang Xu, and Tong YangVolume 52, Number 3 (2012)
On the uniqueness of solutions of stochastic differential equationsToshio Yamada and Shinzo WatanabeVolume 11, Number 1 (1971)
Inductive limits of topologies, their direct products, and problems related to algebraic structuresTakeshi Hirai, Hiroaki Shimomura, Nobuhiko Tatsuuma, and Etsuko HiraiVolume 41, Number 3 (2001)
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    Kyoto Journal of Mathematics
    Coverage: 2010--
    ISSN: 2154-3321 (electronic), 2156-2261 (print)

    Journal of Mathematics of Kyoto University
    Coverage: 1961-2009
    ISSN: 0023-608X (print)

    Memoirs of the College of Science, University of Kyoto. Series A: Mathematics
    Coverage: 1950-1961
    ISSN: 0368-8887 (print)

  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Discipline(s): Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1950--
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JCR (2019) Impact Factor: 0.760
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Eigenfactor: Kyoto Journal of Mathematics
SJR/SCImago Journal Rank (2019): 1.26

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Featured article

A Fock sheaf for Givental quantization

Tom Coates and Hiroshi Iritani Volume 58, Number 4 (2018)

We give a global, intrinsic, and coordinate-free quantization formalism for Gromov–Witten invariants and their B-model counterparts, which simultaneously generalizes the quantization formalisms described by Witten, Givental, and Aganagic–Bouchard–Klemm. Descendant potentials live in a Fock sheaf, consisting of local functions on Givental’s Lagrangian cone that satisfy the (3g2)-jet condition of Eguchi–Xiong; they also satisfy a certain anomaly equation, which generalizes the holomorphic anomaly equation of Bershadsky–Cecotti–Ooguri–Vafa. We interpret Givental’s formula for the higher-genus potentials associated to a semisimple Frobenius manifold in this setting, showing that, in the semisimple case, there is a canonical global section of the Fock sheaf. This canonical section automatically has certain modularity properties. When X is a variety with semisimple quantum cohomology, a theorem of Teleman implies that the canonical section coincides with the geometric descendant potential defined by Gromov–Witten invariants of X. We use our formalism to prove a higher-genus version of Ruan’s crepant transformation conjecture for compact toric orbifolds. When combined with our earlier joint work with Jiang, this shows that the total descendant potential for a compact toric orbifold X is a modular function for a certain group of autoequivalences of the derived category of X.

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