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Non-existence of hypersurfaces with real fibered logarithmic Gauss map

@article{Shaw2015NonexistenceOH,
title={Non-existence of hypersurfaces with real fibered logarithmic Gauss map},
author={Kristin M. Shaw},
journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry},
year={2015}
}

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