Topological Invariants and Moduli of Gorenstein Singularities

@inproceedings{Natanzon2013TopologicalIA,
  title={Topological Invariants and Moduli of Gorenstein Singularities},
  author={Sergey Natanzon and Pratoussevitch Anna},
  year={2013}
}
We describe all connected components of the space of hyperbolic Gorenstein quasihomogeneous surface singularities. We prove that any connected component is homeomorphic to a quotient of Rd by a discrete group. 
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