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Relatively minimal quasihomogeneous projective 3-folds

  • Stefan Kebekus (a1)

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In the present work we classify the relatively minimal 3-dimensional quasihomogeneous complex projective varieties under the assumption that the automorphism group is not solvable. By relatively minimal we understand varieties X having at most ℚ-factorial terminal singularities and allowing an extremal contraction XY where dim Y < 3.

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