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Hermitian-Einstein connection

  1. Mar 26, 2007 #1
    Recently I came to know about Narasimhan-Seshadri theorem. I think its a fascinating theorem connecting three major topics in mathematics, namely algebraic geometry, representation theory and differential geometry. I was looking at their original paper but fail to understand completely Does anybody know about any expository article on this theorem, specially the differential geometry part?
    If people here are interested to understand its proof and many generalisations due to Donaldson, Hitchin, Simpson etc we can start a systematic discussion forum on this topic.
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