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Local Theory of Holomorphic Foliations and Vector Fields

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Local Theory of Holomorphic Foliations and Vector Fields
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 115

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These are slightly informal lecture notes intended for graduate students about the standard local theory of holomorphic foliations and vector fields. Though the material presented here is well-known some of the proofs differ slightly from the classical arguments.

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