By Ching-Li Chai
The Siegel moduli scheme classifies mostly polarised abelian types and its compactification is a crucial lead to mathematics algebraic geometry. the most results of this monograph is to end up the lifestyles of the toroidal compactification over Z (1/2). This outcome must have additional purposes and is gifted the following with adequate heritage fabric to make the publication appropriate for seminar classes in algebraic geometry, algebraic quantity idea or automorphic types.
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