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Complex Analytic and Differential Geometry

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Complex Analytic and Differential Geometry
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Publisher: Universite de Grenoble
Number of pages: 571

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From the table of contents: basic concepts of complex geometry, coherent sheaves and complex analytic spaces, positive currents and potential theory, sheaf cohomology and spectral sequences, Hermitian vector bundles, Hodge theory, positive vector bundles and vanishing theorems, L2 estimates on pseudoconvex manifolds, q-convex spaces and Stein spaces.

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