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SUPERFICIAL FIBRES OF GENERIC PROJECTIONS

  • Ziv Ran (a1)

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We consider a general fibre of given length in a generic projection of a variety. Under the assumption that the fibre is of local embedding dimension 2 or less, an assumption which can be checked in many cases, we prove that the fibre is reduced and its image on the projected variety is an ordinary multiple point.

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