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On 3-dimensional terminal singularities

  • Shigefumi Mori (a1)

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Canonical and terminal singularities are introduced by M. Reid [5], [6]. He proved that 3-dimensional terminal singularities are cyclic quotient of smooth points or cDV points [6].

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[ 1 ] Artin, M., Algebraic approximation of structures over complete local rings, Publication I.H.E.S., no. 36.
[ 2 ] Artin, M., Lectures on deformations of singularities, Bombay 1976.
[ 3 ] Danilov, V., Birational geometry of toric 3-folds, Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR ser. Mat., 46 (1982), no. 5.
[ 4 ] Morrison, D. and Stevens, G., Terminal quotient singularities in dimensions three and four, preprint.
[ 5 ] Reid, M., Canonical 3-folds, Journées de géométrie algébrique d’Angers, ed. Beauville, A., Sijthoff and Noordhoff, Alphen (1980), 273310.
[ 6 ] Reid, M., Minimal models of canonical 3-folds, Advanced studies in pure math. 1, ed. Iitaka, S. and Morikawa, H., Kinokuniya and North Holland, 1983, 131180.
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On 3-dimensional terminal singularities

  • Shigefumi Mori (a1)

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