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Altıntaş, Ayşe (2011) Multiple point spaces and finitely determined mapgerms. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.

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Abstract
This thesis is mainly based on the study of singularities of holomorphic mapgerms
from nspace to pspace with n < p.
We show that a minimal resolution of the kernel of the multiplication map
μ : OCn,0 x OCn+1,0
OCn,0 > OCn,0, a x b > ab, is given by
0 > OrCn,0 > f*λ11 > OrCn,0 > ker(μ) > 0
where λ11
is the matrix obtained from λ, a symmetric matrix presenting OCn,0 over
OCn+1,0, by deleting the first row and the first column (Proposition 2.5.2). We prove
that if f is a corank 1 mapgerm with finite Aecodimension, then there exists a
resolution of ODk(f) over ODk1(f) given by
0 > Ork+1 Dk(f) > γ > Ork+1 Dk(f) > ODk+1(f) > 0
in which
γ is equal to f*λkk , the pullback of the matrix λkk obtained from λ by
deleting the rows 1,...,k and the columns 1,...,k (Theorem 2.6.6). As a corollary,
we show that detf*λk1k1 . detf*λkk defines a free divisor in Dk(f) (Proposition 2.8.4).
We investigate finitely Adetermined mapgerms from Cn to Cn+1 (n ≥ 3) of
corank ≥ 2 satisfying the Mond conjecture. We provide geometric criteria on finite
determinacy for n = 3 (Theorem 4.4.1). We give two sets of examples of finitely A
determined corank 2 mapgerms from C3 to C4 which satisfy the conjecture. For the
dimensions (n; p) with n < p, we prove a criterion which yields finitely Adetermined
mapgerms from the known ones (Theorem 5.1.2). We prove the existence of three
series of finitely Adetermined mapgerms of corank 2 from C4 to C5 which also
support the conjecture.
We include a program code for a SINGULAR command that calculates Ae
codimension, and a classification of 2jets of corank 2 mapgerms from 3space to
4space.
Item Type:  Thesis (PhD)  

Subjects:  Q Science > QA Mathematics  
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH):  Singularities (Mathematics), Mappings (Mathematics), Germs (Mathematics)  
Official Date:  February 2011  
Dates: 


Institution:  University of Warwick  
Theses Department:  Mathematics Institute  
Thesis Type:  PhD  
Publication Status:  Unpublished  
Supervisor(s)/Advisor:  Mond, D. (David)  
Sponsors:  University of Warwick  
Extent:  vii, 203 leaves  
Language:  eng 
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