Mirror Fermat Calabi-Yau Threefolds and Landau-Ginzburg Black Hole Attractors

  title={Mirror Fermat Calabi-Yau Threefolds and Landau-Ginzburg Black Hole Attractors},
  author={S Bellucci and Sergio Ferrara and Alessio Marrani and Armen Yeranyan},
  journal={Rivista Del Nuovo Cimento},
We study black hole attractor equations for one-(complex structure)modulus Calabi-Yau spaces which are the mirror dual of Fermat Calabi-Yau threefolds (CY3s). When exploring non-degenerate solutions near the Landau-Ginzburg point of the moduli space of such 4-dimensional 

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