By Peter Ebenfelt, Norbert Hungerbühler, Joseph J. Kohn, Ngaiming Mok, Emil J. Straube

ISBN-10: 3034600089

ISBN-13: 9783034600088

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When S ∗ is not connected, it is possible that both apply, because it may exist at ˜ n−1 (u) inducing γ˜ on S˜ı∗ which the same time a global section on S˜∗ of the sheaf H is extendable at the origin, and another one which is not extendable at the origin. 2. 1, assume that we have a global ˜ on S˜∗ of the local system H ˜ n−1 (u) inducing γ˜ on S˜ı∗ which is not section W extendable at the origin. Then there exists Ω ∈ Γ(X, ΩnX ) and l ∈ [1, k] with the following properties: df l dt (1) dΩ = (m + u) ∧Ω+ ∧ Ω; f k t (2) along S ∗ the n-meromorphic (δu − lk dt ∧)-closed form Ω/f m induces t τˇ1 (σ) = df ∧ σ in the sheaf hn (Γl ), for some global section σ on S ∗ of f n−1 (Γl ); the sheaf h (3) the current on X of type (n + 1, 0) with support {0} : P2 λ = −m − u, P f μ = −(k − l )/k, deﬁnes a non zero class in X n+1 H[0] (X, OX ) |f |2λ f¯m−j |t|2μ df ∧Ω∧ f for j large enough in N.

2. Let Σ be a real analytic involutive system of ﬁrst-order partial differential equations of rank n on a real analytic manifold M. Let W + and W − be real analytic wedges in M with a real analytic edge E having opposite directions at p ∈ E, that is Γp (W + ) = −Γp (W − ). Let u+ ∈ C 2 (W + ), u− ∈ C 2 (W − ) be solutions in W + and W − respectively such that u+ |E = u0 = u− |E , and assume that + − CTp M = CTp E ⊕ Vp (where Vp = Vpu = Vpu ). Then, W Fa (u0 )|p ⊆ ι∗E (Tp◦ (M)). Proof. 1 we know that W Fa (u0 ) ⊆ (ΓTp (W + ))◦ ∩ (ΓTp (W − ))◦ .

2 that is, not inducing 0 in the Milnor ﬁbre of f˜ at 0 Oblique Polar Lines of [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] X |f |2λ |g|2μ 23 , Sur certaines singularit´es d’hypersurfaces II, J. Algebraic Geometry 17 (2008), 199–254. D. -M. Maire, D´eveloppements asymptotiques, transformation de Mellin complexe et int´egration sur les ﬁbres, Springer Lecture Notes 1295, Springer, 1987, pp. 11–23. , Asymptotic expansion of complex integrals via Mellin transform, J. Funct. Analysis 83 (1989), 233–257.

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