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A Window into Zeta and Modular Physics

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A Window into Zeta and Modular Physics
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521199301
ISBN-13: 9780521199308
Number of pages: 351

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This book provides an introduction, with applications, to three interconnected mathematical topics: zeta functions in their rich variety; modular forms; vertex operator algebras. Applications of the material to physics are presented.

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