Lectures on Riemann Surfaces (Graduate Texts in Mathematics, nr. 81)

Traducere de Bruce Gilligan De (autor)
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This book grew out of lectures on Riemann surfaces which the author gave at the universities of Munich, Regensburg and Munster. Its aim is to give an introduction to this rich and beautiful subject, while presenting methods from the theory of complex manifolds which, in the special case of one complex variable, turn out to be particularly elementary and transparent. The book is divided into three chapters. In the first chapter we consider Riemann surfaces as covering spaces and develop a few basics from topology which are needed for this. Then we construct the Riemann surfaces which arise via analytic continuation of function germs. In particular this includes the Riemann surfaces of algebraic functions. As well we look more closely at analytic functions which display a special multi-valued behavior. Examples of this are the primitives of holomorphic i-forms and the solutions of linear differential equations. The second chapter is devoted to compact Riemann surfaces. The main classical results, like the Riemann-Roch Theorem, Abel's Theorem and the Jacobi inversion problem, are presented. Sheaf cohomology is an important technical tool. But only the first cohomology groups are used and these are comparatively easy to handle. The main theorems are all derived, following Serre, from the finite dimensionality of the first cohomology group with coefficients in the sheaf of holomorphic functions. And the proof of this is based on the fact that one can locally solve inhomogeneous Cauchy­ Riemann equations and on Schwarz' Lemma.
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ISBN-13: 9780387906171
ISBN-10: 0387906177
Pagini: 268
Ilustrații: 1
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 20 mm
Greutate: 0.55 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 1981. Corr. 4th printing 1999
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Graduate Texts in Mathematics

Locul publicării: New York, NY, United States

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1 Covering Spaces.- §1. The Definition of Riemann Surfaces.- §2. Elementary Properties of Holomorphic Mappings.- §3. Homotopy of Curves. The Fundamental Group.- §4. Branched and Unbranched Coverings.- §5. The Universal Covering and Covering Transformations.- §6. Sheaves.- §7. Analytic Continuation.- §8. Algebraic Functions.- §9. Differential Forms.- §10. The Integration of Differential Forms.- §11. Linear Differential Equations.- 2 Compact Riemann Surfaces.- §12. Cohomology Groups.- §13. Dolbeault’s Lemma.- §14. A Finiteness Theorem.- §15. The Exact Cohomology Sequence.- §16. The Riemann-Roch Theorem.- §17. The Serre Duality Theorem.- §18. Functions and Differential Forms with Prescribed Principal Parts.- §19. Harmonic Differential Forms.- §20. Abel’s Theorem.- §21. The Jacobi Inversion Problem.- 3 Non-compact Riemann Surfaces.- §22. The Dirichlet Boundary Value Problem.- §23. Countable Topology.- §24. Weyl’s Lemma.- §25. The Runge Approximation Theorem.- §26. The Theorems of Mittag-Leffler and Weierstrass.- §27. The Riemann Mapping Theorem.- §28. Functions with Prescribed Summands of Automorphy.- §29. Line and Vector Bundles.- §30. The Triviality of Vector Bundles.- §31. The Riemann-Hilbert Problem.- A. Partitions of Unity.- B. Topological Vector Spaces.- References.- Symbol Index.- Author and Subject Index.


O. Forster and B. Gilligan
Lectures on Riemann Surfaces
"A very attractive addition to the list in the form of a well-conceived and handsomely produced textbook based on several years' lecturing experience . . . This book deserves very serious consideration as a text for anyone contemplating giving a course on Riemann surfaces. The reviewer is inclined to think that it may well become a favorite."—MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS