We use a relative Fourier-Mukai transform on elliptic K3 surfaces X to describe mirror symmetry. The action of this Fourier-Mukai transform on the cohomology ring of X reproduces relative T-duality and provides an infinitesimal isometry of the moduli space of algebraic structures on X which, in view of the triviality of the quantum cohomology of K3 surfaces, can be interpreted as mirror symmetry. From the mathematical viewpoint the novelty is that we exhibit another example of a Fourier-Mukai transform on K3 surfaces, whose properties are closely related to the geometry of the relative Jacobian of X.

Mirror symmetry on K3 surfaces via Fourier-Mukai transform / Bartocci, C.; Bruzzo, U.; Hernandez-Ruiperez, D.; Munoz Porras, J. M.. - In: COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS. - ISSN 0010-3616. - 195:1(1998), pp. 79-93. [10.1007/s002200050380]

Mirror symmetry on K3 surfaces via Fourier-Mukai transform

Bruzzo, U.;
1998

Abstract

We use a relative Fourier-Mukai transform on elliptic K3 surfaces X to describe mirror symmetry. The action of this Fourier-Mukai transform on the cohomology ring of X reproduces relative T-duality and provides an infinitesimal isometry of the moduli space of algebraic structures on X which, in view of the triviality of the quantum cohomology of K3 surfaces, can be interpreted as mirror symmetry. From the mathematical viewpoint the novelty is that we exhibit another example of a Fourier-Mukai transform on K3 surfaces, whose properties are closely related to the geometry of the relative Jacobian of X.
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https://arxiv.org/abs/alg-geom/9704023
Bartocci, C.; Bruzzo, U.; Hernandez-Ruiperez, D.; Munoz Porras, J. M.
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