The Jacobian conjecture: Reduction of degree and formal expansion of the inverse

@inproceedings{Bass1982TheJC,
  title={The Jacobian conjecture: Reduction of degree and formal expansion of the inverse},
  author={Hyman Bass and Edwin H. Connell and David Wright},
  year={1982}
}
Introduction I. The Jacobian Conjecture 1. Statement of the Jacobian Problem; first observations 2. Some history of the Jacobian Conjecture 3. Faulty proofs 4. The use of stabilization and of formal methods II. The Reduction Theorem 1. Notation 2. Statement of the Reduction Theorem 3. Reduction to degree 3 4. Proof of the Reduction Theorem 5. r-linearization and unipotent reduction 6. Nilpotent rank 1 Jacobians III. The Formal Inverse 1. Notation 2. Abhyankar's Inversion Formula 3. The terms Gj… CONTINUE READING

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