By Robert Friedman
This quantity provides new advancements within the thought
of degenerations. The unifying topic is the applica-
tion of suggestions from the birational geometry of
threefolds. one of the functions of this examine are
partial compactifications of moduli areas of algebraic
varieties and perception into the geometry of gentle
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