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Totally Invariant Divisors of non Trivial Endomorphisms of the Projective Space

  title={Totally Invariant Divisors of non Trivial Endomorphisms of the Projective Space},
  author={Mabed Yanis},
It is expected that a totally invariant divisor of a non-isomorphic endomorphism of the complex projective space is a union of hyperplanes. In this paper, we compute an upper bound for the degree of such a divisor. As a consequence, we prove the linearity of totally invariant divisors with isolated singularities. 

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