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Let us concentrate on the walls of the K¨ahler cone. A typical situation as we approach the wall of the K¨ahler cone is that an exceptional set E collapses to some space Z. We depict this as E i /X (12) q Z where i is an inclusion (which may well be the identity) and q is a fibration with a strict inequality dim(E) > dim(Z). Associated with such a wall in the secondary fan we have a rational curve C in the moduli space connecting the large radius limit point with some other limit point. We wish to consider the monodromy associated to circling the point in the discriminant in C.
3 could be repeated in a completely parallel way starting from the modified Dirichlet problem. One may also say that ˜ differ merely by a preferred basis of cycles on the double: the the functions G and G ˜ has vanishing differential ∂z Gdz has vanishing periods over the a-cycles while ∂z Gdz periods over the b-cycles. ˜ The function wa (z) such that G(z, a) = − log |wa (z)| maps Dc onto the exterior of the unit circle which is slit along g concentric circular arcs (see Fig. 5). Since the periods ˜ Fig.