Nonlinear Sections of Nonisolated Complete Intersections

@inproceedings{Damon2000NonlinearSO,
  title={Nonlinear Sections of Nonisolated Complete Intersections},
  author={James Damon},
  year={2000}
}
By a series of discoveries during the past thirty years, a distinguished list of researchers have provided us with a marvelous vista of singularity theory as it applies to isolated singularities, especially isolated complete intersection singularities. This began with Milnor’s seminal monograph on isolated hypersurfaces singularities [Mi], which introduced as a principal tool in the study of isolated singularities the Milnor fibration of the singularity. The basic results were extended by Hamm… CONTINUE READING
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