By A. G. Vitushkin
This quantity includes five contributions. the 1st one provides a short dialogue of a few very important proof of complicated research. the opposite contributions provide prolonged surveys in imperative illustration concept, advanced analytic units, holomorphic mappings and geometry of surfaces, and multidimensional residue thought. entire details on sleek tools and ends up in complicated research is given.
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Let ((Xi )i∈N , (ξij )i,j∈N ) be a direct system in M where, for i ≤ j, ξij : Xi → Xj . Let (ξi : Xi → X)i∈N be a compatible family of morphisms with respect to the given direct system. Fix n ∈ N and assume that • ξii+1 : Xi → Xi+1 is a split monomorphism for every 0 ≤ i ≤ n − 1, • X0 = 0, • there exists λn : X → Xn such that λn ◦ ξj = ξjn , for every j ≤ n and denote by τi : X → X Xi (18) the canonical projection for every i ∈ N. Then the following sequence is exact. Xa ⊗ Xb ∇[(ξa ⊗ξb )a+b=n+1 ] −→ X ⊗X ∆[(τa ⊗τb )a+b=n ] −→ a+b=n+1 a+b=n X X ⊗ .
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Several complex variables 01: introduction to complex analysis by A. G. Vitushkin