**Lectures on Stratification of Complex Analytic Sets**

by M.-H. Schwartz

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1966**ISBN/ASIN**: B0006D2VDK**Number of pages**: 67

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Contents: Preliminaries; Some theorems on stratification; Whitney's Theorems (Tangent Cones, Wings, The singular set Sa); Whitney Stratifications and pseudofibre bundles (Pseudo fibre spaces, Obstructions in pseudo-fibrations, etc.).

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