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Lectures on Logarithmic Algebraic Geometry

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Lectures on Logarithmic Algebraic Geometry
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Publisher: University of California, Berkeley
Number of pages: 255

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Logarithmic geometry was developed to deal with two fundamental and related problems in algebraic geometry: compactification and degeneration. Contents: The geometry of monoids; Log structures and charts; Morphisms of log schemes; Differentials and smoothness; De Rham and Betti cohomology.

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