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Complex structures on Riemann surfaces

Let $M$ be a Riemann surface and $[\alpha] \in H^{0,1}(M; T^{1,0} M) \simeq H^0(M;K^2)$. Considering $\alpha$ as a map $T^{0,1} M \to T^{1,0} M$, the bundle $$ \{v + \alpha(v) \mid v \in T^{0,1} M\} ...
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Complex structures on punctured disks.

Let $X$ be a smooth surface diffeomorphic to the punctured unit disk $\{(x,y)\in \mathbb{R}^2 \ | \ 0<x^2+y^2<1\}$ in the plane. It admits a lot of non equivalent complex structures, for example ...
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Learning roadmap for classical algebraic geometry (italian school)

Can someone suggest a learning roadmap for classical algebraic geometry as develop by the great italian school? Severi has a few books but in italian. I would like to know what are the best English ...
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Explicit Kähler forms and Kähler cone of one-point blowup of $\mathbb{CP}^2$

I am interested in understanding the Kähler cone of the one-point blowup of $\mathbb{CP}^2$, also known as the first Hirzebruch surface. Let's call this manifold $\Sigma_1$, and call its Kähler cone ...
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Application of Kodaira Embedding Theorem

I am going to give a talk on Kahler manifold. In particular, I will outline a proof of the Kadaira Embedding theorem. I also wish to give some applications of the theorem. One of the application ...
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Space of almost complex structures on a compact manifold

According to the book by Huybrechts, Complex Geometry: An Introduction, this is a nice space and may be regarded, after some form of completion, as an infinite-dimensional manifold. How is this done, ...
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Learning Complex Geometry - Textbook Recommendation Request

I wish to learn Complex Geometry and am aware of the following books : Huybretchs, Voisin, Griffths-Harris, R O Wells, Demailly. But I am not sure which one or two to choose. I am interested in ...
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Explicitly realizing Riemann surfaces as a quotient of the upper-half plane

Let $\Sigma_g$ be a Riemann surface of genus $g \ge 2$. Then it is known that $\Sigma_g$ is (holomorphically) a quotient of the upper-half-plane (or unit disk) by a group $\Gamma$ of hyperbolic ...
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Every holomorphic map between Kähler manifolds is harmonic

I was reading the Wikipedia article on harmonic maps and saw the following statement in the 'examples' section: Every holomorphic map between Kähler manifolds is harmonic. I am not that familiar ...
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Reference for relation between class number of $\Bbb Q[\sqrt{-p}]$ and partial quotients of $\sqrt p$

So in Ireland and Rosen's, "Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory", they mention the following incredible fact at the end of Chapter 13, section 1. Suppose $p \neq 3$ and $p \equiv 3 \pmod 4$ ...
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Good source to learn about surface singularities?

I am looking for something that treats singularities on algebraic surfaces and curves over $\mathbb{C}$, starting from the very basics but not stopping there. I checked out Miles Reid his lectures on ...
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Introduction to the trace formula for people outside number theory

I am looking for references on the trace formula, by which I mean the Selberg trace formula and its successor the Arthur-Selberg trace formula. I am aware that there are "standard references" on the ...
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Are vector bundles on $\mathbb{P}_{\mathbb{C}}^n$ of any rank completely classified? (main interest $n=3$)

It is very well known that the group of line bundles on $\mathbb{P}_{\mathbb{C}}^n$ is exactly $\mathbb{Z}$. Are bundles of higher rank classified as well? If so, could anyone provide a nice ...
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Reference request: Chern classes in algebraic geometry

I have encountered Chern classes numerous times, but so far i have been able to work my way around them. However, the time has come to actually learn what they mean. I am looking for a reference that ...
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Moduli Spaces of Higher Dimensional Complex Tori

I know that the space of all complex 1-tori (elliptic curves) is modeled by $SL(2, \mathbb{R})$ acting on the upper half plane. There are many explicit formulas for this action. Similarly, I have ...
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Reference for definition and more of Galois covering

I encountered the term "galois covering" in Beauville's book on algebraic surfaces, as well as in the article "rational surfaces with many nodes" by Dolgachev et al. However, i have not yet found a ...
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References for the conformal equivalence of the space of complex 1-tori and C?

What are some good references with proofs of the conformal equivalence of the space of complex tori and $\mathbb{C}$? So far I only have the book by Jones and Singerman.
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A text or book in holomorphic foliations and vector fields over complex manifolds

For my master's degree dissertation, I am going to study some implications of the paper "SOME REMARKS ON INDICES OF HOLOMORPHIC VECTOR FIELDS" written by Marco Brunella. I just started it and I'm ...
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Divisor class group on blowup of nodal surface

All varieties will be over $\mathbb{C}$ and projective unless stated otherwise. In Beauville - complex algebraic surfaces, the following is described: Let $S$ be a smooth surface and $p \in S$ a ...
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Where can I learn about complex differential forms?

So I'm a 3rd year grad student in number theory/modular forms/algebraic geometry, and I've worked with differential forms from an algebraic point of view without ever knowing what they really are. I'd ...
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Weitzenböck Identities

The Wikipedia page for Weitzenböck identities is explicitly example based. I am looking for a reference which takes a more rigorous approach (as well as a discussion of the Bochner technique). In ...
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Global irreducible decomposition of an analytic set

Let $M$ be a complex manifold (or a complex analityc space) and $Z$ be an analytic subset of $M$. By Noetherianity of the rings of germs of analytic functions at a point we know that $Z$ has finitely ...
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A consequence of Runge's theorem

I'd like to have a reference for the proof of the following fact of complex analysis. I think it follows from Runge's theorem, but I don't know how to prove it. Fact. Let $U \subseteq V \subseteq ...
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are fibres of a flat bijective map reduced?

Let $f: X \to Y$ be a flat map of algebraic varieties or of complex analytic spaces which is bijective on closed points (or just bijective in the secnond case). Suppose both $X$ and $Y$ are reduced. ...
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Deformation of the Kähler structure on $CP^n$

Using the homogeneous coordinate on $CP^n$, we consider the open set $U_0:=\{[1, \ldots, z_n]\}$. Then the standard Kähler form of $CP^n$ can be written as $$ ...
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Calabi-Yau Manifolds

In short, I'm hoping for some reading recommendations. I'm starting to do some work with Calabi-Yau manifolds, though my prerequisites are fairly minimal in differential geometry. I've taken a ...
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Where can I read about elliptic operators on manifolds?

In Voisin's beautiful book on Hodge theory she gives a proof that every cohomology class can be represented by a harmonic form by referring to the the following theorem on elliptic operators: Let $P ...
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Proof of Moisezon Theorem

We call a compact complex manifold Moisezon manifold, if its dimension coincides with the algebraic dimension, i.e. it has as many algebraically independent meromorphical functions as its complex ...