**Lectures on Complex Analytic Manifolds**

by L. Schwartz

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1955**Number of pages**: 163

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Topics covered: Differentiable Manifolds; C maps, diffeomorphisms. Effect of a map; The Tensor Bundles; Existence and uniqueness of the exterior differentiation; Manifolds with boundary; Integration on chains; Some examples of currents; Currents with compact support; de Rham's Theorem; The star operator; Green's Operator G; Real vector spaces with a J-Structure; The operator J; The canonical orientation of a complex manifold; etc.

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