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# Communications in Analysis and Geometry

## Volume 15 (2007)

### Number 3

### Computing linear Hodge integrals

Pages: 633 – 667

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4310/CAG.2007.v15.n3.a8

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#### Abstract

All Hodge integrals with at most one $\lambda$-class can be expressed as polynomials in terms of lower-dimensional Hodge integrals with at most one $\lambda$-class. Algorithm to compute any given Hodge integral with at most one $\lambda$-class is discussed and some examples are presented.