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The supermoduli space of genus zero SUSY curves with Ramond punctures

@inproceedings{Ott2019TheSS,
  title={The supermoduli space of genus zero SUSY curves with Ramond punctures},
  author={Nadia Ott and Alexander A. Voronov},
  year={2019}
}
We give an explicit construction of the supermoduli space $\mathfrak{M}_{0, n_R}$ of super Riemann surfaces (SUSY curves) of genus zero with $n_R \ge 4$ Ramond punctures as a quotient Deligne-Mumford superstack of dimension $(n_R-3\, | \, n_R/2-2)$. 
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