By D. Abramovich, A. Bertram, L. Katzarkov, R. Pandharipande, M. Thaddeus (ed.)
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We content ourselves with giving the briefest outlines of the connections together with some references. 18 TOM BRIDGELAND As explained by Takahashi , the unfolding space T of an isolated hypersurface singularity X0 of dimension n should be related to the space of stability conditions on the Fukaya category of the Milnor ﬁbre Xt of the singularity. Note that µ = dimC Hn (Xt , C) = dimC T. Given a basis L1 , · · · , Lµ of Hn (Xt , C), K. Saito’s theory of primitive forms shows that for a suitable family of holomorphic n-forms Ωt on the ﬁbres Xt the periods Ωt , Z(Li ) = Li form a system of ﬂat co-ordinates on the unfolding space T .
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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.)