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Lectures on Deformations of Singularities

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Lectures on Deformations of Singularities
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: B007F7DZS0
Number of pages: 110

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These notes are based on a series of lectures given at the Tata Institute in January-February, 1973. The lectures are centered about the work of M. Scahlessinger and R. Elkik on infinitesimal deformations. Contents: Formal Theory and Computations; Elkik's Theorems on Algebraization.

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