The theory of surfaces has reached a certain stage of completeness
and major efforts concentrate on solving concrete questions rather
than developing further the formal theory. Many of these questions
are touched upon in this classic volume: such as the classification
of quartic surfaces, the description of moduli spaces for abelian
surfaces, and the automorphism group of a Kummer surface. First
printed in 1905 after the untimely death of the author, this work
has stood for most of this century as one of the classic reference
works in geometry.
|Country of origin:
||Cambridge Mathematical Library
R. W. H. Hudson
H. F Baker
||228 x 152 x 23mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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