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Mixed Hodge Structures

Peters, Christiaan, Steenbrink, Joseph H. M.

2008, XIV, 470 p.

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From the reviews:

"This book is dealing with Hodge Theory ... which generalizes in a functorial way the variations of MHS. ... The clarity of the presentation and the wealth of information are both remarkable. This book ... is a masterpiece that anyone working in Algebraic Geometry, Singularities or Analytic/Complex Geometry would like to have in his own library." (Alexandru Dimca, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1138 (16), 2008)

"The book under review … focuses mainly on the ‘pure’ story just summarized, is aimed at graduate students and researchers … . The book begins with a brief historical survey; each chapter is headed by a good summary of its contents and concluded by historical remarks (with references). … this work is a thoroughly readable and very up-to-date account of mixed Hodge theory, written by masters of the subject, and will undoubtedly serve as a basic reference for years to come." (Matt Kerr, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2009 C)

“This book has been awaited for many years. … the book which is now available will certainly rapidly become one of the standard references on the topic. Hodge theory assigns to a complex variety data which come from linear algebra. … I heartily recommend the book.” (Helene Esnault, Jahresbericht der Deutsche Mathematiker Vereinigung, Vol. 112 (1), 2010)

 

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