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such that a is an isolated point of (a + L) n S. S is said to be of pure dimension k if

dim S = k at all points of S. S is said to be irreducible if S is not the union of two

such that a is an isolated point of (a + L) n S. S is said to be of pure dimension k if

dim S = k at all points of S. S is said to be irreducible if S is not the union of two

**analytic sets**in U, none of which is S. This implies that S has a pure dimension.Page 103

named the irreducible components of S. An irreducible

at some points, a reducible germ whose irreducible components have the same

dimension. VII. Analytic and Bianalytic Maps Let again U be a domain in Cm. A ...

named the irreducible components of S. An irreducible

**analytic set**may induce,at some points, a reducible germ whose irreducible components have the same

dimension. VII. Analytic and Bianalytic Maps Let again U be a domain in Cm. A ...

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Abstract Concepts A complex

surface if m = 1) is a connected Hausdorff (see ... (b) A definition of the

the ...

Abstract Concepts A complex

**analytic**manifold of dimension m (a Riemannsurface if m = 1) is a connected Hausdorff (see ... (b) A definition of the

**set**si(U) of**analytic**functions on an open**set**U in M, the**analytic**structure of U consisting ofthe ...

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