I admit the statement in the title might be much too unclear. I just heard from my teacher that we can form a finite dimension moduli space of all the complex structure in a compact complex manifold. He said it is a standart fact in complex geometry but I failed to find out both the correct statement and the proof. So I'm asking for both a theorem you think is closest to this kind of meaning and a reference of its proof. Thank everyone in advance. (Should I add some more tags for such kind of vague question?)
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