By James D. Lewis
This booklet offers an advent to a subject of significant curiosity in transcendental algebraic geometry: the Hodge conjecture. which includes 15 lectures plus addenda and appendices, the quantity is predicated on a chain of lectures added by means of Professor Lewis on the Centre de Recherches Mathematiques (CRM). The ebook is a self-contained presentation, thoroughly dedicated to the Hodge conjecture and similar themes. It contains many examples, and such a lot effects are thoroughly confirmed or sketched. the incentive in the back of some of the effects and historical past fabric is equipped. This entire method of the booklet offers it a ``user-friendly'' type. Readers needn't seek in other places for varied effects. The ebook is acceptable to be used as a textual content for a issues path in algebraic geometry; comprises an appendix by means of B. Brent Gordon.
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A survey of the Hodge conjecture by James D. Lewis