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Bochner-Kodaira Formulas and the Type IIA Flow

@article{Fei2020BochnerKodairaFA,
  title={Bochner-Kodaira Formulas and the Type IIA Flow},
  author={Teng Fei and Duong Hong Phong and S{\'e}bastien Picard and Xiangwen Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: Differential Geometry},
  year={2020}
}
A new derivation of the flow of metrics in the Type IIA flow is given. It is adapted to the formulation of the flow as a variant of a Laplacian flow, and it uses the projected Levi-Civita connection of the metrics themselves instead of their conformal rescalings. 
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