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By Akira Fujiki (auth.), Junjiro Noguchi, Takeo Ohsawa (eds.)

In the Teichmüller thought of Riemann surfaces, along with the classical concept of quasi-conformal mappings, vari- ous techniques from differential geometry and algebraic geometry have merged lately. therefore the principal topic of "Complex constitution" used to be a well timed selection for the joint conferences in Katata and Kyoto in 1989. The invited members exchanged rules on varied techniques to comparable themes in advanced geometry and mapped out the clients for the following couple of years of research.

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