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$\mathbb{P}^1$-fibrations over $\mathbb{P}^2$ that are not rational

We know that if $X$ is a smooth complex projective variety and we assume that there is a dominant morphism $f : X \to Y$ with $Y$ and the general fibers of $f$ rationally connected. Then $X$ itself is ...
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1answer
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Resolution of the indeterminacy locus of a rational map away from an irreducible component

Suppose I have a rational map between two smooth, complex, projective varieties (or a meromorphic map between two compact, complex, manifolds)X and Y. Ordinarily one eliminates the indeterminacy locus ...
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Are there only finitely varieties of general type dominated by a given variety in the following sense

Let $X$ be a smooth projective complex algebraic variety. I believe the answer to the following question should be well-known. It is an instance of the Iitaka conjecture. There are only finitely many ...
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1answer
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Strictness of the inequality relating the Iitaka dimension and algebraic dimension

For any (compact and connected) complex manifold $X$ and any line bundle $L$ on $X$ we have the well known inequalities $\kappa(X,L)\leq\alpha(X)\leq\dim(X)$ relating the Iitaka-dimension ...
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1answer
180 views

extending biholomorphic maps to bimeromorphic maps

A meromorphic map of complex spaces (in the sense of Remmert) $f: X \to Y$ is a multivalued map such that its graph $\Gamma$ is an analytic subset of $X \times Y$ and off some analytic subset $Z ...
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Topology of the preimage of a point for degree one holomorphic maps

Let $M^n$ and $N^n$ be two compact complex (or complex projective) manifolds. Let $f: M\to N$ be a holomorphic map of degree one. How to prove that for each $x\in N$ the set $f^{-1}(x)$ is ...