CR Invariants of Weight Five in the Bergman Kernel

@article{Hirachi1994CRIO,
  title={CR Invariants of Weight Five in the Bergman Kernel},
  author={Kengo Hirachi and Gen-ichi Komatsu and Noriyuki Nakazawa},
  journal={Advances in Mathematics},
  year={1994},
  volume={143},
  pages={185-250}
}
Abstract Fefferman's program (1979, C. Fefferman, Adv. Math. 31 , 131–262) of getting a biholomorphically invariant asymptotic expansion of the Bergman kernel for smoothly bounded strictly pseudoconvex domains is realized in dimension 2 with the identification of universal constants. According to the program, the expansion is in terms of an approximately invariant smooth defining function of the domain, which we refer to as Fefferman's defining function, and the coefficients are functions in… 
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