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In mathematics, a Barlow surface is one of the complex surfaces introduced by Rebecca Barlow (1984, 1985). They are simply connected surfaces of general ...

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People[edit]. People with the surname Barlow: Barlow (surname). Places[edit]. United Kingdom ... Barlow rail, an early kind of railway rail; Barlow surface, a mathematical construct; Barlow's wheel, an early demonstration of an electric motor ...

arxiv.org/abs/1210.0343

Oct 1, 2012 ... Moreover, we show that in a small neighbourhood of S in the moduli space of determinantal Barlow surfaces, the generic surface has a ...

arxiv.org/abs/1210.3935

Oct 15, 2012 ... They specialize to double covers of Barlow surfaces. We prove that the group of a Catanese surface is equal to , which implies the same result ...

homepages.warwick.ac.uk/~masda/surf/more/Barlow.pdf

pg = 0, K2 = 1, due to Rebecca Barlow. (notes by M. Reid). March 1981. 0 Introduction. Suppose that X is the canonical model of a surface of general type with.

homepages.warwick.ac.uk/~masda/surf/more/Godeaux.pdf

chapter discusses the known results on Godeaux and Campedelli surfaces, ... the Barlow surface as the “only known” simply connected surface of general.

ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/5241015/5241482/05241582.pdf

equiphase surface, it follows that the field distribution must be evanescent over that surface, suffering a decay with increase of. Prof. Barlow and Dr. Cullen are at ...

lunar.earth.northwestern.edu/courses/438/barlow.pdf

formation, geology, atmosphere, interior, surface properties, and potential for life. ... Nadine Barlow is Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and ...

projecteuclid.org/euclid.jdg/1404912107

Catanese surfaces are regular surfaces of general type with pg=0. They specialize to double covers of Barlow surfaces. We prove that the CH0 group of a ...

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They specialize to double covers of Barlow surfaces. We prove that the CH0 group of a Catanese surface is equal to Z, which implies the same result for the ...