By V. A. Vassiliev
Many very important features of mathematical physics are outlined as integrals looking on parameters. The Picard-Lefschetz conception experiences how analytic and qualitative houses of such integrals (regularity, algebraicity, ramification, singular issues, etc.) depend upon the monodromy of corresponding integration cycles. during this publication, V. A. Vassiliev provides numerous models of the Picard-Lefschetz concept, together with the classical neighborhood monodromy conception of singularities and entire intersections, Pham's generalized Picard-Lefschetz formulation, stratified Picard-Lefschetz thought, and in addition twisted types of most of these theories with functions to integrals of multivalued varieties. the writer additionally indicates how those models of the Picard-Lefschetz idea are utilized in learning various difficulties coming up in lots of parts of arithmetic and mathematical physics. specifically, he discusses the next periods of services: quantity features coming up within the Archimedes-Newton challenge of integrable our bodies; Newton-Coulomb potentials; basic options of hyperbolic partial differential equations; multidimensional hypergeometric services generalizing the classical Gauss hypergeometric crucial. The ebook is aimed at a vast viewers of graduate scholars, learn mathematicians and mathematical physicists attracted to algebraic geometry, advanced research, singularity concept, asymptotic equipment, capability thought, and hyperbolic operators.
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Applied Picard--Lefschetz Theory by V. A. Vassiliev