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From the contents:G.R. Kempf: The addition theorem for abstract Theta functions.- L. Brambila: Existence of certain universal extensions.- A. Del Centina, S. Recillas: On a property of the Kummer variety and a relation between two moduli spaces of curves.- C. Gomez-Mont: On closed leaves of holomorphic foliations by curves (38 pp.).- G.R. Kempf: Fay's trisecant formula.- D. Mond, R. Pelikaan: Fitting ideals and multiple points of analytic mappings (55 pp.).- F.O. Schreyer: Certain Weierstrass points occurr at most once on a curve.- R. Smith, H. Tapia-Recillas: The Gauss map on subvarieties of Jacobians of curves with gd2's.
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George Rushing Kempf (Globe, Arizona, August 12, 1944 – Lawrence, Kansas, July 16, 2002) was a mathematician who worked on algebraic geometry, who proved the Riemann–Kempf singularity theorem, the Kempf–Ness theorem, the Kempf vanishing theorem, and who introduced Kempf varieties.
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