Algebraic topology by Wolfgang Franz

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Higher codimensional varieties: Lee [32] proved that a subvariety F Pr of degree d is Chow semistable as far as the log canonical threshold of its Chow form is greater or equal to rC1 d (resp. > for stability). In [13] both the Chow and the Hilbert stability of curves of degree d and arithmetic genus g in Pd g are studied. Symh V ! X; D h //: In this case Hilbert and Chow stability have been proved to be equivalent by Fogarty [21] and Mabuchi [33]. There are beautiful results due to Donaldson, Ross, Thomas and many others relating asymptotic Chow stability to differential geometry properties, such that the existence of a constant scalar curvature metric.

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