An Introduction to Complex Algebraic Geometry
by Chris Peters
Publisher: Institut Fourier Grenoble 2004
Number of pages: 129
The material presented here consists of a more or less self-contained advanced course in complex algebraic geometry presupposing only some familiarity with the theory of algebraic curves or Riemann surfaces. But the goal, as in the lectures, is to understand the Enriques classification of surfaces from the point of view of Mori-theory.
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