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By Vincent Guedj, Ahmed Zeriahi

Advanced Monge–Ampère equations were the most robust instruments in Kähler geometry given that Aubin and Yau’s classical works, culminating in Yau’s strategy to the Calabi conjecture. A impressive software is the development of Kähler-Einstein metrics on a few compact Kähler manifolds. in recent times degenerate complicated Monge–Ampère equations were intensively studied, requiring extra complicated tools.

The major aim of this booklet is to offer a self-contained presentation of the new advancements of pluripotential thought on compact Kähler manifolds and its software to Kähler–Einstein metrics on mildly singular kinds. After reviewing easy homes of plurisubharmonic capabilities, Bedford–Taylor’s neighborhood concept of advanced Monge–Ampère measures is constructed. that allows you to remedy degenerate complicated Monge–Ampère equations on compact Kähler manifolds, tremendous homes of quasi-plurisubharmonic capabilities are explored, periods of finite energies outlined and numerous greatest rules proven. After proving Yau’s celebrated theorem in addition to its fresh generalizations, the implications are then used to resolve the (singular) Calabi conjecture and to build (singular) Kähler–Einstein metrics on a few forms with light singularities.

The booklet is out there to complicated scholars and researchers of complicated research and differential geometry.

Keywords: Pluripotential concept, plurisubharmonic services, advanced Monge–Ampère operators, generalized capacities, vulnerable options, a priori estimates, canonical Kähler metrics, singular forms

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