Algebraic Geometry. Proc. conf. Chicago, 1980 by A. Libgober, P. Wagreich

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We conclude that T IntX η˜ 2 = eL (h ∗ P X )( η˜ ) 2 ˚ X \ ΣX ) ∩ P ˚ X . 27, holds for an open set of η˜ ∈ (R X X ˚ ˚ X . 5), it remains this relation holds for all η˜ ∈ (R \ Σ ) ∩ P X X X true for all η ∈ (R \ Σ ) ∩ P . 149 DYNAMICS, LAPLACE TRANSFORM AND SPECTRAL GEOMETRY Appendix A. 5. We will make use of the following lemma whose proof we leave to the reader. 1. Let N be a compact smooth manifold, possibly with boundary, and let K ⊆ N be a compact subset. Let L := N × ∂I ∪ K × I where I := [0, 1].

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