By Stefano Bellucci

ISBN-10: 3642313795

ISBN-13: 9783642313790

This booklet relies upon lectures offered in the summertime of 2009 on the INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati institution on Attractor Mechanism, directed through Stefano Bellucci. The symposium incorporated such prestigious teachers as S. Ferrara, G. Dall'Agata, J.F. Morales, J. Simón and M. Trigiante. All lectures got at a pedagogical, introductory point, that is mirrored within the particular "flavor" of this quantity. The e-book additionally advantages from vast discussions approximately, and the comparable transforming of, some of the contributions. it's the 5th quantity in a sequence of books at the normal themes of supersymmetry, supergravity, black holes and the attractor mechanism.

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