hypersurface

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hypersurface

(mathematics)
The analog of a surface in n-dimensional Euclidean space, where n is a positive integer; the set of points, (x1, x2, …, xn ), satisfying an equation of the form ƒ(x1, …, xn ) = 0.
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The papers, in English and French, include such subjects as invariants of combinatorial line arrangements and Rybnikov's example, time averaged optimization of dynamic inequalities on a circle, Thom polynomial computing strategies, quasi-convex decomposition in o-minimal structures, homotopy groups of complements to ample divisions, Massey products of complex hypersurface complements, weighted homogeneous polynomials and blow-analytic equivalence, an infinitesimal criterion for topological triviality of families of sections of analytical variants, valuations and local uniformization, and finite Dehn surgery along A'Campo's divide knots.

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