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This article bargains a variety of papers on singularity conception offered on the 6th Workshop on actual and complicated Singularities held at ICMC-USP, Brazil. it's going to aid scholars and experts to appreciate effects that illustrate the connections among singularity conception and comparable fields. The authors speak about irreducible aircraft curve singularities, openness and multitransversality, the distribution Afs and the genuine asymptotic spectrum, deformations of boundary singularities and non-crystallographic coxeter teams, transversal Whitney topology and singularities of Haefliger foliations, the topology of hyper floor singularities, polar multiplicities and equisingularity of map germs from C3 to C4, and topological invariants of solid maps from a floor to the airplane from a world point of view.

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This article bargains a range of papers on singularity thought provided on the 6th Workshop on actual and complicated Singularities held at ICMC-USP, Brazil. it may aid scholars and experts to appreciate effects that illustrate the connections among singularity concept and comparable fields. The authors talk about irreducible aircraft curve singularities, openness and multitransversality, the distribution Afs and the true asymptotic spectrum, deformations of boundary singularities and non-crystallographic coxeter teams, transversal Whitney topology and singularities of Haefliger foliations, the topology of hyper floor singularities, polar multiplicities and equisingularity of map germs from C3 to C4, and topological invariants of strong maps from a floor to the airplane from a world point of view.

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0, X r ) ) = m + n. Since mult(Fi) < m, mult(F 2 ) < n, it follows from the above equality that mult(Fi) = m and mult(F 2 ) = n. This, in particular-, implies that FI and F2 are Weierstrass polynomials because otherwise, mult(Fi) < m or mult(F 2 ) < n. 11 Let F 6 K'[Xr] be a pseudo-polynomial. Then F is reducible in K if and only if F is reducible in 'R-'lXr}. , non unitary, such that F = FI • F2. 2), we have that FI and F2 are regular of certain orders greater or equal to 1. From the Preparation Theorem, there exist units t/i, t/2 e K such that HI = FI • U\ and H2 = U2 • F2 are pseudo-polynomials of degrees greater or equal to 1.

AT r _i]] and by A4n' its maximal ideal. 3 (The Division Theorem) Let F e Mn C K, regular of order m with respect, to Xr. , there exist Q G 72. and R E 7i'\Xr} with R = 0 or deg Yr (-R) < m, uniquely determined by F and G, such that R. , Xr], not necessarily homogeneous, with Ptj = 0 or degXr Rj < rn, for all i, such that mult(gj) > z and mult(P^) > 1 + i, in such a way that if we put Q = qo + qi H , and R = R_i + RQ + R1 H , we will have G = FQ + R. The uniqueness of Q and R will follow from our process of construction of the polynomials qi,Ri, i > 0.

Gm e 71 such that Let F 6 /. 4) Since F, G 6 /, it follows that R e lr\n'[Xr]. 4), it follows that F = gG + giGi H ,g hg m G m , which shows that T / f~1 f~< (~1 \ i — (Lr, Lrl, . . , (j-rn/. 4 ELIMINATION Let A be a unique factorization domain, and let and H h br be two polynomials in A[Y]. We want to determine a criterion to decide when / and g have a non-constant common factor in A[y|. An object that will play an important role to answer this question is the resultant of / and g which is the element of A defined as follows: / RY(f,g)=det \ a0 0 ai ag .

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