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This ebook comprises the notes of 5 brief classes introduced on the "Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo" consultation "Integral Geometry, Radon Transforms and complicated research" held in Venice (Italy) in June 1996: 3 of them take care of quite a few points of vital geometry, with a standard emphasis on numerous sorts of Radon transforms, their houses and functions, the opposite proportion a tension on CR manifolds and similar difficulties. All lectures are obtainable to a large viewers, and supply self-contained introductions and brief surveys at the topics, in addition to precise expositions of chosen effects.

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N. ,n. 6) are algebraic functions of (z, w, X, T) when M is real algebraic. 7. 8) -"-r . . OZ (z,w) V'~3T'~2Ef'~h(X,r), O W "r V T. s gZ(X,T) .... ,m, ]a1[,[/31[ _< k0, ]a2[,I/32] _< ]7"], ]a3[,[Z31 < [7'1, and the A~ are holomorphic functions of their arguments. Moreover, if M' is real algebraic, then the functions A~ are algebraic. 7. 9) - ' (f,- f, g) = F j ( s Qxj s we use here the convention that f = f ( z , w ) , f = f(X,v), etc. 4) and so on. ), where 1/31,171 _< I~1. Since H is a biholomorphism at P0, it follows that M ' is k0-nondegenerate at p~.

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