# Download PDF Lectures on complex analytic varieties: The local parametrization theorem

The main subject of these lectures is the local parametrization of complex varieties analogue of Noether lemma. Sheaves, manifolds, complex manifolds, holomorphic functions, Cauchy formula in one and many variables. Limits and colimits. Germs of continuous, smooth and holomorphic functions.

Weierstrass preparation theorem. Weierstrass divisibility theorem.

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Noetherian rings. Lasker-Noether theorem Noetherianity of germs of holomorphic functions. Complex analytic sets and complex analytic varieties.

Germs of complex subvarieties. Local parametrization of germs of complex analytic varieties Noether normalization lemma. Remmert-Stein extension theorem. Here X is the union of three plane curves.

We test the same procedure on two different examples. Analogous to the normal crossings locus of X we ask for the monomial locus X m o n of X. Denote by X r e d the reduced scheme associated to X. Then the monomial locus X m o n of X is open in X. The locus of all mikado points of X will be denoted by X mik. Clearly, X is not mikado at 0, but Y is; neither of them is normal crossings at the origin. We say that X is irreducible resp. Otherwise X is called reducible resp. We denote the locus of irreducible resp.

X fire. Analogously we denote by X re the complement of X ire in X.

It is natural to try to prove an analogous result for X fire as for X nc with the same method of proof. This follows from the simple fact that. Thus X ire is open. Note that X ire will in general contain points where one of the X i is formally reducible. It is formally reducible in all points of the y -axis except the origin.

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Received Mar 15; Revised Jun Abstract Given a property of the complete local ring of a variety at a point, how can we show that the set of all points on the variety sharing the same property is open or closed in the Zariski topology? Introduction Local geometric properties of algebraic varieties are usually expressed by corresponding algebraic properties of the local rings. Global constructions Let X be a finite union of algebraic varieties over k. Open in a separate window. The points a and c are not anc, but b and d are.

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