Algebraic geometers have renewed their interest in the interplay
between algebraic vector bundles and projective embeddings. New
methods have been developed for questions such as: what is the
geometric content of syzygies and of bundles derived from them? how
can they be used for giving good compactifications of natural
families? which differential techniques are needed for the study of
families of projective varieties? Such problems have often been
reformulated over the last decade; often the need for a deeper
analysis of the works of classical algebraic geometers was
recognised. These questions were addressed at successive
conferences held in Trieste and Bergen. New results, work in
progress, conjectures and modern accounts of classical ideas were
presented. This collection represents a development of the work
conducted at the conferences; the Editors have taken the
opportunity to mould the papers into a cohesive volume.
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||London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, No. 179
• Christian Peskine
• G. Sacchiero
• S.A. Stromme
||228 x 152 x 20mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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