On a conjecture of Teissier: the case of log canonical thresholds

@article{Elduque2020OnAC,
  title={On a conjecture of Teissier: the case of log canonical thresholds},
  author={Eva Elduque and Mircea Mustaţǎ},
  journal={Sbornik: Mathematics},
  year={2020},
  volume={212},
  pages={433 - 448}
}
For a smooth germ of an algebraic variety and a hypersurface in , with an isolated singularity at , Teissier conjectured a lower bound for the Arnold exponent of in terms of the Arnold exponent of a hyperplane section and the invariant of the hypersurface. By building on an approach due to Loeser, we prove the conjecture in the case of log canonical thresholds. Bibliography: 21 titles. 
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