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Integrality, Duality and Finiteness in Combinatoric Topological Strings

@inproceedings{Koch2021IntegralityDA,
  title={Integrality, Duality and Finiteness in Combinatoric Topological Strings},
  author={R. Koch and Yang Hui He and G. Kemp and S. Ramgoolam},
  year={2021}
}
Integrality, Duality and Finiteness in Combinatoric topological strings Robert de Mello Kocha,b†, Yang-Hui Hec,††, Garreth Kempd,∗, Sanjaye Ramgoolame,b,∗∗ aGuangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Nuclear Science1, Institute of Quantum Matter, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510006, China aGuangdong-Hong Kong Joint Laboratory of Quantum Matter1, Southern Nuclear Science Computing centre, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510006, China bSchool of Physics and Mandelstam Institute… Expand

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