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Maximal Degeneracy Points of GKZ Systems

@inproceedings{SHosono1996MaximalDP,
  title={Maximal Degeneracy Points of GKZ Systems},
  author={S.Hosono and B.H.Lian and S.-T.Yau},
  year={1996}
}
Motivated by mirror symmetry, we study certain integral representations of solutions to the Gel'fand-Kapranov-Zelevinsky(GKZ) hypergeometric system. Some of these solutions arise as period integrals for Calabi-Yau manifolds in mirror symmetry. We prove that for a suitable compactification of the parameter space, there exists certain special boundary points, which we called maximal degeneracy points, at which all but one solutions become singular. 
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