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Volume: 10; 1999; 368 pp; Hardcover
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A Survey of the Hodge Conjecture: Second EditionShare this page
James D. Lewis; B. Brent Gordon
A co-publication of the AMS and Centre de Recherches Mathématiques
This book provides an introduction to a topic of central interest in
transcendental algebraic geometry: the Hodge conjecture. Consisting of 15
lectures plus addenda and appendices, the volume is based on a series of
lectures delivered by Professor Lewis at the Centre de Recherches
The book is a self-contained presentation, completely devoted to the Hodge conjecture and related topics. It includes many examples, and most results are completely proven or sketched. The motivation behind many of the results and background material is provided. This comprehensive approach to the book gives it a “user-friendly” style. Readers need not search elsewhere for various results. The book is suitable for use as a text for a topics course in algebraic geometry; includes an appendix by B. Brent Gordon.
Titles in this series are co-published with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
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A Survey of the Hodge Conjecture: Second Edition
Graduate students and research mathematicians working in transcendental methods and Hodge theory; mathematical physicists working on Calabi-Yau manifolds, mirror symmetry or quantum cohomology.
The first edition of this comprehensive monograph was published in 1991. Over the past 8 years, this masterly written text has become one of the most frequently used sources for geometers dealing with the subject, and it has proved to be an excellent introduction to the general framework of transcendental algebraic geometry just as well. There was and is certainly a need for such a book. This second edition of J. D. Lewis's monograph appears as an appropriately updated version of the already well-proved original text, with the advantage of being presented in a modern, more user-friendly type-setting.
-- Zentralblatt MATH