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Moonshine at Landau-Ginzburg points

  title={Moonshine at Landau-Ginzburg points},
  author={A. Căldăraru and Yunfan He and Shengyuan Huang},
We formulate a conjecture predicting unexpected relationships among the coefficients of the elliptic expansions of Klein’s modular j-function around j = 0 and j = 1728. Our conjecture is inspired by recent developments in mirror symmetry, in particular by work of Tu [Tu19] computing categorical enumerative invariants of matrix factorization categories and by work of Li-Shen-Zhou [LSZ20] computing FJRW invariants of elliptic curves. 
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