By I. R. Shafarevich (auth.), I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)

From the reports of the 1st printing, released as quantity 23 of the Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences:

"This volume... comprises papers. the 1st, written through V.V.Shokurov, is dedicated to the speculation of Riemann surfaces and algebraic curves. it really is an outstanding assessment of the idea of relatives among Riemann surfaces and their types - advanced algebraic curves in advanced projective areas. ... the second one paper, written through V.I.Danilov, discusses algebraic types and schemes. ...

i will suggest the publication as a good creation to the elemental algebraic geometry."

European Mathematical Society publication, 1996

"... To sum up, this publication is helping to profit algebraic geometry very quickly, its concrete variety is agreeable for college students and divulges the wonderful thing about mathematics."

Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum, 1994

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V) = 1 Note that it is essential to count not merely the intersection points, but how each of them contributes with a definite sign (see Fig. 12). The following properties of the intersection product are easy to check: (1) (uv. w) = (u. w) + (v. w) and (u- 1 . w) = -(u. u) (skew-symmetry). Thus, in the compact case, it follows from the Theorem in Sect. 7 that we have obtained a skew-symmetric bilinear form (3) 44 V. V. Shokurov Fig. 13 Proposition. The form (3) is unimodular. Hence the group HI (8, Z) has a basis at, bt, ...

Agbgag-lb9 . The case 9 = 0 is trivial. For 9 2: 1, consider a development with symbol alblallbl1 ... agbga;lb;l. The vertices of this development are all glued together into a single point p E 8. Every edge, ai or bi, therefore defines a loop on 8, whose homotopy class defines an element of 1f(8). Now the loop of the symbol alblal1bl1 ... agbga;lb;l is clearly homotopic to the trivial one. Thus we have defined a map, which is the required isomorphism. The proof is based on the Seifert-van Kampen theorem (see Massey [1967,1977]).

Meromorphic Functions with Prescribed Behaviour at Poles. The general question of the structure of the meromorphic function field M (S) for a Riemann surface S, and particularly the proof that M(S) i= C, is quite important. 14). Nevertheless, the first really difficult results concerning the existence of nontrivial meromorphic functions and differentials will only come up at the end of § 4. At this point, we give only the statement of one famous problem on the existence of a meromorphic function with prescribed principal parts.