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Complex Manifolds by Julius Ross

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Complex Manifolds
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Publisher: Stanford University
Number of pages: 101

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From the table of contents: Complex Manifolds; Almost Complex Structures; Differential Forms; Poincare Lemma; Sheaves and Cohomology; More on Several Complex Variables; Holomorphic Vector Bundles; Kaehler Manifolds; Hodge Theory; Lefschetz Theorems; Hermitian Vector Bundles.

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