Birational Geometry of Foliations by Marco Brunella
By Marco Brunella
The textual content offers the birational type of holomorphic foliations of surfaces. It discusses at size the speculation built through L.G. Mendes, M. McQuillan and the writer to review foliations of surfaces within the spirit of the type of advanced algebraic surfaces.
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