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Complex manifolds


Bell, S; Brylinski, J; Huckleberry, A; Narasimhan, R; Okonek, C; Schumacher, G; van de Ven, A; Zucker, S (1998). Complex manifolds. Berlin: Springer.

Abstract

The articles in this volume were written to commemorate Reinhold Remmert's 60th birthday in June, 1990. They are surveys, meant to facilitate access to some of the many aspects of the theory of complex manifolds, and demonstrate the interplay between complex analysis and many other branches of mathematics, algebraic geometry, differential topology, representations of Lie groups, and mathematical physics being only the most obvious of these branches. Each of these articles should serve not only to describe the particular circle of ideas in complex analysis with which it deals but also as a guide to the many mathematical ideas related to its theme.

Abstract

The articles in this volume were written to commemorate Reinhold Remmert's 60th birthday in June, 1990. They are surveys, meant to facilitate access to some of the many aspects of the theory of complex manifolds, and demonstrate the interplay between complex analysis and many other branches of mathematics, algebraic geometry, differential topology, representations of Lie groups, and mathematical physics being only the most obvious of these branches. Each of these articles should serve not only to describe the particular circle of ideas in complex analysis with which it deals but also as a guide to the many mathematical ideas related to its theme.

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Item Type:Monograph
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Institute of Mathematics
Dewey Decimal Classification:510 Mathematics
Uncontrolled Keywords:Hodge theory - Hodgetheorie - Instantone - Modulräume - holomophic mappings - holomorphe Abbildungen - homogene komplexe Mannigfaltigkeiten - homogenous complex manifolds - instantons - moduli spaces
Language:English
Date:1998
Deposited On:29 Nov 2010 16:28
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 13:26
Publisher:Springer
Number of Pages:310
ISBN:3-540-62995-5
Additional Information:Corrected reprint of the 1990 translation [Several complex variables. VI, Encyclopaedia, Math. Sci., 69, Springer, Berlin, 1990]
Official URL:http://www.springer.com/mathematics/analysis/book/978-3-540-62995-5
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