## Supersymmetric Mechanics - Vol. 2: The Attractor Mechanism and Space Time SingularitiesA series of books on the general theme of Supersymmetric Mechanics. The series is based on lectures and discussions held in 2005 and 2006 at the INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati. The selected topics include supersymmetry and supergravity, the attractor mechanism, black holes, noncommutative mechanics, super-Hamiltonian formalism and matrix models. All lectures are intended for beginners at the graduate level and nonspecialists from related fields of research and a substantial effort was made to incorporate in the extensive write-ups the results of the animated discussion sessions which followed the individual lectures. |

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MaxwellEinstein Supergravity | 25 |

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Microscopic Description The CalabiYau Black Holes | 203 |

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Abelian actually algebra assumed asymptotical attractor attractor mechanism background central charge characterized Clearly complex condition configuration Consequently considered constraints coordinates corresponding coupled covariant critical points defined definition denotes dependence derivative determined differential dimensions dynamics effective electric entropy equations exist expression extensive extreme BH field finally fixed formalism function fundamental representation gauge geometry given graviphoton holds holomorphic horizon implies independent invariant Kähler Kähler-covariant least limit magnetic manifold matrix maximal MESGT metric moduli space namely near-horizon Notice obtained orbit particular physical points positive possible potential preserving previously properties reads recalling regular relevant respectively result Ruppeiner scalar shown singular solutions spherically static strictly string structure SUGRA supersymmetric SUSY symmetric symplectic tensor theory thermodynamical transformation vanishing variables vector yields Zsusy