By I. R. Shafarevich (auth.), I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)

From the studies of the 1st printing, released as quantity 23 of the Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences:

"This volume... involves papers. the 1st, written by means of V.V.Shokurov, is dedicated to the idea of Riemann surfaces and algebraic curves. it truly is a good evaluation of the speculation of kinfolk among Riemann surfaces and their versions - advanced algebraic curves in complicated projective areas. ... the second one paper, written via V.I.Danilov, discusses algebraic kinds and schemes. ...

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Fig. 9 Theorem (Rado; cf. Ahlfors-Sario [1960]). Any Riemann surface is triangulable. In the smooth situation, for example for a Riemann or differentiable surface, triangulability is equivalent to the existence of a countable base for the topology, or to countability of the topology at infinity (cf. Rado [1925]). In particular, the theorem is obvious in the compact case. 3. Development; Topological Genus. In view of the finite triangulability property, a compact Riemann surface can be obtained by gluing together pairs of edges of some polygon M, which is called a development of S.

About the uniqueness of the model, see Corollary 12 in Sect. 14 (cf. the theorem on the model for curves in Sect. 7 of Chap. 2). An algebraic curve given in CP2 by an irreducible homogeneous polynomial F(XO,XI,X2) is called irreducible (cf. Chap. 2, Sect. 4). Corollary 3. Let f: 8 --t Cp2 be a nonconstant holomorphic mapping of a compact Riemann surface 8 into CP2. Then f (8) is an irreducible algebraic curve. The equation of f(8) is obtained as follows. Let (xo : Xl : X2) be homogeneous coordinates in CP2.

Then there exists a compact Riemann surface 8 and a holomorphic mapping f: S --t CP2, whose image is identical with C. For a suitable choice of 8, the mapping f is generically injective. Such a mapping f is called a desingularization of the curve C (see Fig. 8 and cf. Sect. 7 of Chap. 2). Let F(xo, Xl, X2) be an irreducible homogeneous polynomial defining C. , X2), X2 - 1) is the ideal generated by the polynomials F(xo, Xl, X2) and X2 - 1. The mapping f(p) = (xo(p) : XI(P) : 1), where pES, extends by continuity to a desingularization of the curve C.