By Mark Gross, Daniel Huybrechts, Dominic Joyce, Geir Ellingsrud, Loren Olson, Kristian Ranestad, Stein A. Stromme

ISBN-10: 3540440593

ISBN-13: 9783540440598

ISBN-10: 3642190049

ISBN-13: 9783642190049

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Also L, is asymptotic to L o at infinity. Our third example is taken from [124, Ex . 4 & Ex . 5]. 6 Let aI, a2 be positive, coprime integers, and set a3 Let c E JR, and define = -al - a2. 2. It is also symmetric under the U(l)-action but this is not a necessary feature of the construction; these are just the easiest examples to write down . 48 I Riemannian Holonomy Groups and Calibrated Geometry ° ° When c = and a3 is odd , Lg 1 •a2 is an embedded special Lagrangian cone on T2 , with one singular point at 0.

O,m . 6]. 7 Suppose (M,J,g,{}) is a Calabi-Yau 2n-fold. Then Mis simply-connected. Proof. As M carries an SU(2n)-structure, and SU(2n) is simply-connected, M has a natural spin structure. The corresponding spin bundle S -t M splits into positive and negative spinors, S ~ S+ E9 S_ . The positive Dirac operator D+ maps D+ : COO(S+) -t COO(S_). It is an elliptic operator, with index the A-genus of M. 5, it turns out that spinors in Ker(D+) or Coker(D+) are necessarily constant. }, and hence ind(D+) = A(M) .

Then there is a method to resolve the singularities of T 7 I T in a natural way using complex geometry. Locally we replace IR3 x C2 1G or IR x C 3 1G by IR3 x X or IR x Y, where X, Yare crepant resolutions ofC2 IG and C 3 IG. This gives a nonsingular, compact 7-manifold M, together with a map 7r : M -+ T 7 / r, the resolving map . We choose r so that 7rl (M) is finite. Step 3. We write down a l-parameter family of G2-structures (

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