Real and Complex Singularities

São Carlos Workshop 2004


ISBN: 978-3-7643-7775-5 (Print) 978-3-7643-7776-2 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-13

    Celestial Integration, Stringy Invariants, and Chern-Schwartz-MacPherson Classes

  3. Chapter

    Pages 15-22

    Valuations Compatible with a Projection

  4. Chapter

    Pages 23-30

    Quelques Résultats sur Certaines Fonctions à Lieu Singulier de Dimension 1

  5. Chapter

    Pages 31-45

    Classification of Rational Unicuspidal Projective Curves whose Singularities Have one Puiseux Pair

  6. Chapter

    Pages 47-51

    Bounding from below the Degree of an Algebraic One-dimensional Foliation Having a Prescribed Algebraic Solution

  7. Chapter

    Pages 53-70

    Trajectory Singularities for a Class of Parallel Motions

  8. Chapter

    Pages 71-97

    Vertices and Inflexions of Plane Sections of Surfaces in ℝ3

  9. Chapter

    Pages 99-111

    Local Topology of Reducible Divisors

  10. Chapter

    Pages 113-126

    The Geometry of Flecnodal Pairs

  11. Chapter

    Pages 127-141

    Path Formulation for Z 2Z 2-equivariant Bifurcation Problems

  12. Chapter

    Pages 143-168

    The Multiplicity of Pairs of Modules and Hypersurface Singularities

  13. Chapter

    Pages 169-185

    Lagrangian and Legendrian Singularities

  14. Chapter

    Pages 187-199

    F-manifolds from Composed Functions

  15. Chapter

    Pages 201-208

    On Equisingularity of Families of Maps (ℂn, 0) → (ℂ n+1, 0)

  16. Chapter

    Pages 209-217

    Projected Wallpaper Patterns

  17. Chapter

    Pages 219-228

    Modular Lines for Singularities of the T-series

  18. Chapter

    Pages 229-246

    Do Moduli of Goursat Distributions Appear on the Level of Nilpotent Approximations?

  19. Chapter

    Pages 247-262

    Calculation of Mixed Hodge Structures, Gauss-Manin Connections and Picard-Fuchs Equations

  20. Chapter

    Pages 263-287

    Whitney Equisingularity, Euler Obstruction and Invariants of Map Germs from ℂn to ℂ3, n > 3

  21. Chapter

    Pages 289-298

    Versality Properties of Projective Hypersurfaces

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