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This book gives a comprehensive treatment of the singularities that appear in the minimal model program and in the moduli problem for varieties. The study of these singularities and the development of Mori's program have been deeply intertwined. Early work on minimal models relied on detailed study of terminal and canonical singularities but many later results on log terminal singularities were obtained as consequences of the minimal model program. Recent work on the abundance conjecture and on moduli of varieties of general type relies on subtle properties of log canonical singularities and conversely, the sharpest theorems about these singularities use newly developed special cases of the abundance problem. This book untangles these interwoven threads, presenting a self-contained and complete theory of these singularities, including many previously unpublished results.Read more
- An authoritative reference written by a leading figure in the field
- Includes brand new results published here for the first time
- Extends many results to the arithmetic case for students and researchers interested in positive characteristic or arithmetic questions
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- Date Published: February 2013
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107035348
- length: 382 pages
- dimensions: 231 x 157 x 23 mm
- weight: 0.66kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Canonical and log canonical singularities
4. Adjunction and residues
5. Semi-log-canonical pairs
6. Du Bois property
7. Log centers and depth
8. Survey of further results and applications
9. Finite equivalence relations
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