By I. R. Shafarevich

This EMS quantity includes elements. the 1st half is dedicated to the exposition of the cohomology concept of algebraic kinds. the second one half offers with algebraic surfaces. The authors have taken pains to provide the fabric carefully and coherently. The booklet includes a variety of examples and insights on quite a few themes. This ebook could be immensely precious to mathematicians and graduate scholars operating in algebraic geometry, mathematics algebraic geometry, complicated research and similar fields. The authors are famous specialists within the box and I.R. Shafarevich is additionally identified for being the writer of quantity eleven of the Encyclopaedia.

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The equations of the divisors IE13, 4 3 and E" are respectively : c ~ + c" = 0, c~ = 0 and v = 0. It follows t h a t m A /3 is transverse to E13, 4 3 and E" and then fl*E = E • W in H3(V) x W. e. dimV = 2 and d i m W = 3) and let f : V ~ W be a morphism having a S2-singularity at the point 0 C V which means t h a t in local coordinates, f is written as : f ( x , y ) ~- (ql(x,y) -~-''', q2(T,y) -~-''', q3(x,y)'~-''') where the qi are quadratic forms, the dots denoting terms of degree > 2. The intersection H3(F) n (H3(V) x w ) in H3(V • W) then possesses an excess component I, which consists of the iF = ( T , D12, D23, D31, P l , P2, P3) with Pl -- P2 -- P3 -- 0.

2 for a morphism f : V ----+ W of smooth varieties is used again : n=dimV, m=dimW andm=k+n,k>0. e. k < n/2, so that the classes defined below are meaningful. 2. Its image consists of the "horizontal" triplets of V x W. tt, ~) V Let us denote by P~' : H3(---~) x W ~ V the morphism which takes (i, w) to vl, where [ = (t, d12, d23, d31, vl, v2, v3) is in H3(~"V). If F is the graph of f, the diagram H3(-~) ~ H3(V-""~W) ~ H-~(V) x W ~ V follows. D e f i n i t i o n 6 : With the above notation, let (a) M3 = j3*[H3(F)] (b) ~-~3= P "1.

It is similar to notation 18, except that not only x but both x and y are needed in the calculation ; this is why E is introduced and not ~7). 22) A which comes from the equations of H2(X) in H2(X) x X : ~+a~+b=o, -~+c~+d=0, -(+#~+/= o which state that the point must be on the doublet. 4)). Then one gives the local expression of P12. First, Pl is the point of coordinates (s, t, ~'). From [LB1], pp 934 and 937, one also h a s : a=--2s--s'=--2s+d'v = --y-- ~c. 23) Notice once more that we studied P12 in the neighborhood of the most degenerate case ; in the other cases, the computations are similar.