New Trends in Algebraic Geometry
The book has appeared (Klaus Hulek and others, editors, LMS lecture notes
264, CUP,
1999,
484 pp. + x). Clicking on the author(s) will download the paper as
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Table of Contents

Foreword,
4 pp.

Batyrev,
Birational CalabiYau $n$folds have equal Betti numbers, 11 pp.

Beauville,
A CalabiYau threefold with nonAbelian fundamental group, 5 pp.

Behrend,
Algebraic GromovWitten invariants, 52 pp.

Eyssidieux,
K\"ahler hyperbolicity and variations of Hodge structures, 22 pp.

Faber,
Algorithms for computing intersection numbers on moduli spaces of
curves, with an application to the class of the locus of Jacobians,
17 pp.

Gizatulin,
On some tensor representations of the Cremona group of the
projective plane, 40 pp.

Ito
and Nakamura, Hilbert schemes and simple singularities, 83 pp.

Kuechle
and Steffens, Bounds for Seshadri constants, 20 pp.

Manetti,
Degenerate double covers of the projective plane, 27 pp.

Morrison,
The geometry underlying mirror symmetry, 28 pp.

Mukai,
Duality of polarized K3 surfaces, 16 pp.

Paoletti,
On symplectic invariants of algebraic varieties coming from
crepant contractions, 20 pp.
Paranjape,
The BogomolovPantev resolution, an expository account, 12 pp.

Shioda,
MordellWeil lattices for higher genus fibrations, 15 pp.

Siebert,
Symplectic GromovWitten invariants, 50 pp.

Voisin,
A generic Torelli theorem for the quintic threefold, 39 pp.

Wilson,
Flops, Type~III contractions and GromovWitten invariants on
CalabiYau threefolds, 20 pp.