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Complex Manifolds and Hermitian Differential Geometry

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Complex Manifolds and Hermitian Differential Geometry
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Publisher: University of Toronto
Number of pages: 113

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The intent of this text is not to give a thorough treatment of the algebraic and differential geometry of complex manifolds, but to introduce the reader to material of current interest as quickly as possible. The author provides a number of interesting and non-trivial examples, both in the text and in the exercises.

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