Complex Geometry: Collection of Papers Dedicated to Hans Grauert / Edition 1

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This book is a collection of research articles in algebraic geometry and complex analysis dedicated to Hans Grauert. The authors and editors have made their best efforts in order that these contributions should be adequate to honour the outstanding scientist. The volume contains important new results, solutions to longstanding conjectures, elegant new proofs and new perspectives for future research. The topics range from surface theory and commutative algebra, linear systems, moduli spaces, classification theory, Kähler geometry to holomorphic dynamical systems.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540432593
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 8/5/2002
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 340
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

From the contents: Preface.- W. Barth: Even Sets of Eight Rational Curves on a K3-surface.- T. Bauer et al.: A Reduction Map for Nef Line Bundles.- I. Bauer et al.: Canonical Rings of Surfaces Whose Canonical System has Base Points.- A. Bonifant/J.E. Fornaess: Attractors.- C. Ciliberto/K. Hulek: A Bound on Irregularity of Abelian Scrolls in Projective Space.- J.-P. Demailly: On the Frobenius Integrability of Certain Holomorphic p-Forms.- H. Flenner/M. Lübke: Analytic Moduli Spaces of Simple (Co)Framed Sheaves.- A.T. Huckleberry/J.A. Wolf: Cycle Spaces of Real Forms of SLn(C).- Y. Kawamata: On a Relative Version of Fujitas Freeness Conjecture.- S. Kebekus: Characterizing the Projective Space after Cho, Miyaoka and Shepard-Barron.- S. Kebekus et al.: Manifolds With a Nef Rank 1...- K. Oguiso, D. Zhang: The Simple Group of Order 168 and K3 Surfaces.- T. Ohsawa: A Precise L2 Division Theorem.- S. Schroer/B. Siebert: Irreducible Degenerations of Primary Kodaira Surfaces.

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