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Numerical Kaehler-Ricci soliton on the second del Pezzo

@article{Headrick2007NumericalKS,
  title={Numerical Kaehler-Ricci soliton on the second del Pezzo},
  author={Matthew Headrick and Toby Wiseman},
  journal={arXiv: Differential Geometry},
  year={2007}
}
The second del Pezzo surface is known by work of Tian-Zhu and Wang-Zhu to admit a unique Kaehler-Ricci soliton. Applying a method described in hep-th/0703057, we use Ricci flow to numerically compute that soliton metric. We numerically compute the value of its Perelman entropy (or Gaussian density). 
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