The McKay correspondence for finite subgroups of SL(3,\C)

@article{Ito1994TheMC,
  title={The McKay correspondence for finite subgroups of SL(3,\C)},
  author={Yukari Ito and M. Reid},
  journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry},
  year={1994}
}
This is the final draft, containing very minor proof-reading corrections. Let G in SL(n,\C) be a finite subgroup and \fie: Y -> X = \C^n/G any resolution of singularities of the quotient space. We prove that crepant exceptional prime divisors of Y correspond one-to-one with ``junior'' conjugacy classes of G. When n = 2 this is a version of the McKay correspondence (with irreducible representations of G replaced by conjugacy classes). In the case n = 3, a resolution with K_Y = 0 is known to… Expand
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