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Tropical $\psi$ classes

@article{Cavalieri2020TropicalC,
  title={Tropical \$\psi\$ classes},
  author={R. Cavalieri and Andreas Gross and Hannah Markwig},
  journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry},
  year={2020}
}
We introduce a tropical geometric framework that allows us to define $\psi$ classes for moduli spaces of tropical curves of arbitrary genus. We prove correspondence theorems between algebraic and tropical $\psi$ classes for some one-dimensional families of genus-one tropical curves. 

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