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Wall-crossing Behavior of Strange Duality Morphisms for K3 Surfaces
Chen, Huachen

2015, Master of Science, Ohio State University, Mathematics.
A strange duality morphism is a map between the spaces of global sections of a pair of line bundles on two different moduli spaces of stable complexes, induced by the so-called theta divisor of product of the two moduli spaces. We study these morphisms by varying stability conditions that define the moduli spaces and comparing the corresponding theta divisor.
James Cogdell (Advisor)
David Anderson (Committee Member)
40 p.

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