By Conference on Algebraic Geometry (1988 Sundance Institute), Brian Harbourne, Robert Speiser

This quantity includes the lawsuits of the NSF-CBMS local convention on Algebraic Geometry, held in Sundance, Utah, in July 1988. The convention concerned with algebraic curves and similar forms. a few of the papers gathered the following signify lectures brought on the convention, a few document on study performed through the convention, whereas others describe comparable paintings conducted somewhere else

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