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Mathematics - Analysis | Theory of Stein Spaces

Theory of Stein Spaces

Grauert, Hans, Remmert, Reinhold

Translated by Huckleberry, A.

Originally published as Vol. 236 in the series: Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften

Reprint of the 1st ed. New York 1979, XXI, 254 p.

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From the reviews:

"Theory of Stein Spaces provides a rich variety of methods, results, and motivations - a book with masterful mathematical care and judgement. It is a pleasure to have this fundamental material now readily accessible to any serious mathematician."
J. Eells in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society (1980)

"Written by two mathematicians who played a crucial role in the development of the modern theory of several complex variables, this is an important book."
J.B. Cooper in Internationale Mathematische Nachrichten (1979)

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Sheaf theory - YellowSale2006 - cohomology theory - finite holomorphic maps

Related subjects » Algebra - Analysis

Table of contents 

A. Sheaf Theory.- B. Cohomology Theory.- I. Coherence Theory for Finite Holomorphic Maps.- II. Differential Forms and Dolbeault Theory.- III. Theorems A and B for Compact Blocks ?m.- IV. Stein Spaces.- V. Applications of Theorems A and B.- VI. The Finiteness Theorem.- VII. Compact Riemann Surfaces.- Table of Symbols.- Addendum.- Errors and Misprints.

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