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AuthorHarris, Joe. author
TitleModuli of Curves [electronic resource] / by Joe Harris, Ian Morrison
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/b98867
Descript XIII, 369 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Aims Theaimofthisbookistoprovideaguidetoarichandfascinatings- ject: algebraic curves, and how they vary in families. The revolution that the ?eld of algebraic geometry has undergone with the introd- tion of schemes, together with new ideas, techniques and viewpoints introduced by Mumford and others, have made it possible for us to understandthebehaviorofcurvesinwaysthatsimplywerenotpos- ble a half-century ago. This in turn has led, over the last few decades, to a burst of activity in the area, resolving long-standing problems and generating new and unforeseen results and questions. We hope to acquaint you both with these results and with the ideas that have made them possible. The book isn't intended to be a de?nitive reference: the subject is developing too rapidly for that to be a feasible goal, even if we had the expertise necessary for the task. Our preference has been to - cus on examples and applications rather than on foundations. When discussing techniques we've chosen to sacri?ce proofs of some, even basic,resultsโ{128}{148}particularlywherewecanprovideagoodreferenceโ{128}{148} inordertoshowhowthemethodsareusedtostudymoduliofcurves. Likewise, we often prove results in special cases which we feel bring out the important ideas with a minimum of technical complication


CONTENT

Parameter spaces: Constructions and examples -- Basic facts about moduli spaces of curves -- Techniques -- Construction of $$ \overline M _g $$ -- Limit Linear Series and Brill-Noether theory -- Geometry of moduli spaces: Selected results


Mathematics Algebraic geometry Mathematics Algebraic Geometry



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