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Araceli Bonifant, Misha Lyubich, and Scott Sutherland

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780691159294

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: October 2017

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691159294.001.0001

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Index theorems for meromorphic self-maps of the projective space

Index theorems for meromorphic self-maps of the projective space

Chapter:
(p.451) Index theorems for meromorphic self-maps of the projective space
Source:
Frontiers in Complex Dynamics
Author(s):

Marco Abate

, Araceli Bonifant, Mikhail Lyubich, Scott Sutherland
Publisher:
Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691159294.003.0017

This chapter uses techniques from the theory of local dynamics of holomorphic germs tangent to the identity to prove three index theorems for global meromorphic maps of projective space. More precisely, the chapter seeks to prove a particular index theorem: Let f : ℙⁿ ⇢ ℙⁿ be a meromorphic self-map of degree ν‎ + 1 ≥ 2 of the complex n-dimensional projective space. Let Σ‎(f) = Fix(f) ∪ I(f) be the union of the indeterminacy set I(f) of f and the fixed points set Fix(f) of f. Let Σ‎(f) = ⊔subscript Greek Small Letter AlphaΣ‎subscript Greek Small Letter Alpha be the decomposition of Σ‎ in connected components, and denote by N the tautological line bundle of ℙⁿ. After laying out the statements under this theorem, the chapter discusses the proofs.

Keywords:   index theorems, local dynamics, holomorphic germs, global meromorphic maps, projective space, decomposition

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