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Cohomology of Complements by an analytic subset?

Good moring, Let $\Omega$ be a domain in $\mathbb{C}^n$ and $S\subset\Omega$ an analytic subset of codimension 1. What can we say about the cohomology group $H^1(\Omega\backslash S, \mathbb{Z})$? ...
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Essential uniqueness of the real-analytic structure on $\mathbb R$

It is well-known that any $C^k$-smooth $1$-manifold homeomorphic to $\mathbb R$ is $C^k$-diffeomorphic to $\mathbb R$. The cases of $k\in{\mathbb N}\cup$ {$\infty$} may all be handled similarly by ...
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Notions related to De Rham Cohomology

In R^2, we have the following abelian groups, some of which have R vector space structures, or even C vector space structures. Closed forms/exact forms real parts of analytic functions/harmonic ...
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Dolbeault cohomology of complex tori.

Let $T=\mathbb C^n/\Lambda$ a complex torus. It is completely elementary to prove that the de Rham cohomology of $T$ in degree $q$ is isomorphic to the $q$-th exterior power of the dual of $\mathbb ...
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Holomorphic vector fields acting on Dolbeault cohomology

The question. Let $(X, J)$ be a complex manifold and $u$ a holomorphic vector field, i.e. $L_uJ = 0$. The holomorphicity of $u$ implies that the Lie derivative $L_u$ on forms preserves the (p,q) ...
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Dolbeault cohomology

Hello I am trying to get a good book that explains the Dolbeault Cohomology, does anyone know of a good one?
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Riemann Surfaces

In a complex analysis course I have been given the following definition: Let X be a Riemann surface, denote by H(1,0) the space of all (1,0)-holomorphic forms on X and consider the quotient vector ...