A Defect Relation for Equidimensional Holomorphic Mappings Between Algebraic Varieties

@article{Carlson1972ADR,
  title={A Defect Relation for Equidimensional Holomorphic Mappings Between Algebraic Varieties},
  author={James A. Carlson and Phillip A. Griffiths},
  journal={Annals of Mathematics},
  year={1972},
  volume={95},
  pages={557}
}
0. Introduction 1. Notations, terminology, and sign conventions (a) Line bundles and Chern classes (b) Currents and forms in C0 2. Construction of a volume form 3. A second main theorem for non-degenerate maps 4. The defect relation (preliminary form) 5. The first main theorem and defect relation 6. Variants and applications (a) Schottky-Landau theorems (b) Remarks on the case ci(L) + ci(Kv) ? 0 (c) Holomorphic mappings with growth conditions Bibliography 
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