The Remodeling Conjecture and the Faber–Pandharipande Formula

@article{Bouchard2011TheRC,
  title={The Remodeling Conjecture and the Faber–Pandharipande Formula},
  author={Vincent Bouchard and Andrei Catuneanu and Olivier Marchal and Piotr Sułkowski},
  journal={Letters in Mathematical Physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={103},
  pages={59-77}
}
In this note, we prove that the free energies Fg constructed from the Eynard–Orantin topological recursion applied to the curve mirror to $${\mathbb{C}^3}$$ reproduce the Faber–Pandharipande formula for genus g Gromov–Witten invariants of $${\mathbb{C}^3}$$ . This completes the proof of the remodeling conjecture for $${\mathbb{C}^3}$$ . 
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