In mathematics the art of proposing a question must be held of higher value than solving it.
In my last few posts, I studied quantum cohomology as well as the the Dubrovin meromorphic connection I analyzed here as well as the Givental-symplectic space here and finally derived via the orbifold Poincaré pairing embedding
and the Galois relation I derived here
the quantum cohomology central charge integral can be derived as
with and the Chern and Todd characteristic classes respectively I introduced here. I will continue my Givental-Dubrovin analysis in the context of differential geometry, and less from that of moduli spaces, to keep a more unificational faithfulness to Einstein's as well as Witten's intuitions.