
A Course in Vertex Algebra
Author:
Markus Rosellen
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This book offers an introduction to vertex algebra based on a new approach. The new approach says that a vertex algebra is an associative algebra such that the underlying Lie algebra is a vertex Lie a . . . . . 
Introduction to Vertex Algebras
Author:
Christophe Nozaradan
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These lecture notes are intended to give a modest impulse to anyone willing to start or pursue a journey into the theory of Vertex Algebras by reading one of Kac\'s or LepowskyLi\'s books. Therefore, . . . . . 
Introduction to Graded Geometry, BatalinVilkovisky Formalism and their Applications
Author:
Jian Qiu, Maxim Zabzine
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These notes are intended to provide a selfcontained introduction to the basic ideas of finite dimensional BatalinVilkovisky (BV) formalism and its applications. A brief exposition of super and grad . . . . . 
An Introduction to Quantum Algebras and Their Applications
Author:
R. Jaganathan
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A very elementary introduction to quantum algebras is presented and a few examples of their physical applications are mentioned. 
Introduction to Quantum Lie Algebras
Author:
Gustav W. Delius
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Quantum Lie algebras are generalizations of Lie algebras whose structure constants are power series in $h$. They are derived from the quantized enveloping algebras $uqg$. The quantum Lie bracket satis . . . . . 
Introduction to Quantum Algebras
Author:
Maurice R. Kibler
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The concept of a quantum algebra is made easy through the investigation of the prototype algebras $u_{qp}(2)$, $su_q(2)$ and $u_{qp}(1,1)$. The latter quantum algebras are introduced as deformations o . . . . . 