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Singularities of fractions and behaviour of polynomials at V.I.Arnold \Lambda
 

Summary: Singularities of fractions and behaviour of polynomials at
infinity
V.I.Arnold \Lambda
1 Classification of singularities of fractions
In this paper we mean by fraction the ratio (ordered pair) of two germs of (holomorphic or
smooth) functions in n variables at a point (which usually will be refered as the origin). For
the sake of simplicity mostly the complex case is considered below. The results for the real
case are similar, only certain formulas contain non­equivalent real normal forms (which differ
usually by \Sigma signes at certain monomials).
The singularities of fractions will be classified up to the following equivalence relations.
Definition 1. Two fractions are called coinciding, if their numerators and denominators are
proportional (by non­zero function).
Example 1. On C
2 with coordinates x and y the fraction x 2 =xy does not coincide neither
with x=y, nor with x 3 =x 2 y, but it coincides with x 2 e x =xye x .
Definition 2. Two fractions are called R­equivalent, if one of them becomes coinciding with
the other when transfered by a germ of biholomorphism of the space of variables.
Example 2. The fraction 1=xy is R­equivalent to the fraction 1=(x 2 + y 2 ).
Definition 3. Two fractions are called R + ­equivalent if one of them is R­equivalent to the
sum of the other one with a germ of a holomorphic function.

  

Source: Arnold, Vladimir Igorevich - Steklov Mathematical Institute

 

Collections: Mathematics