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Metric to surface associated with a curve of genus 2. Verra, A. B. The two most algebraic K3-surfaces Math. Ann. 265, 1-21 (1983) surface. Press moduli GENERIC INVERTIBLE SHEAVES OF 2-TORSION AND GENERIC THETACHARACTERISTICS INVERTIBLE ON N O D A L P L A N E C U R V E S Frabrizio Catanese* I. D e f i n i t i o n 1. Let an invertible Definitions and D sheaf be on a D if the following condition statements reduced such plane that L2 ~ of t h e r e s u l t s curve of O D. L degree is n, said and L to b e g e n e r i c holds: (2) (here, as usual, Moreover L t i o n of D square is said i, then Definition are 3.

I n : Complex Analysis & Algebraic Geometry, C a m b r i d g e (1977), 119-136. T. Every-K3 s u r f a c e is k~ihler Inv. Math. 37 139-150 (1983) St Sterk, H. To appear Todorov, A. Applications of the K~hler-Einstein-Calabi-Yau of K3-surfaces. Inv. Math. 81, 251-266 (1980) Ueno, K. On the K u m m e r Preprint Ve Univ. metric to surface associated with a curve of genus 2. Verra, A. B. The two most algebraic K3-surfaces Math. Ann. 265, 1-21 (1983) surface. Press moduli GENERIC INVERTIBLE SHEAVES OF 2-TORSION AND GENERIC THETACHARACTERISTICS INVERTIBLE ON N O D A L P L A N E C U R V E S Frabrizio Catanese* I.

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