Springer, 2018. — 552 p. — (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics 222). — ISBN 978-3-319-73638-9.This proceedings book brings selected works from two conferences, the 2nd Brazil-Mexico Meeting on Singularity and the 3rd Northeastern Brazilian Meeting on Singularities, that were hold in Salvador, in July 2015. All contributions were carefully peer-reviewed and revised, and cover topics like Equisingularity, Topology and Geometry of Singularities, Topological Classification of Singularities of Mappings, and more. They were written by mathematicians from several countries, including Brazil, Spain, Mexico, Japan and the USA, on relevant topics on Theory of Singularity, such as studies on deformations, Milnor fibration, foliations, Catastrophe theory, and myriad applications. Open problems are also introduced, making this volume a must-read both for graduate students and active researchers in this field. Contents Lecture Notes: Geometry, Topology, and Algebraic Aspects of Singularities Combinatorial Models in the Topological Classification of Singularities of Mappings Topology of Real Singularities Equisingularity and the Theory of Integral Closure Surveys Papers on Advances in Foliations and Singularity Theory: Topology Geometry and Applications A Brief Survey on Singularities of Geodesic Flows in Smooth Signature Changing Metrics on 2-Surfaces Orbital Formal Rigidity for Germs of Holomorphic and Real Analytic Vector Fields On Singular Holomorphic Foliations with Projective Transverse Structure Disentanglements of Corank 2 Map-Germs: Two Examples Singular Fibers of Stable Maps of Manifold Pairs and Their Applications A Global View on Generic Geometry Equisingularity On the Factorization of the Polar of a Plane Branch Local Zeta Functions for Rational Functions and Newton Polyhedra Symbolic Powers of Ideals Some Open Problems in Complex Singularities Selected Papers in Foliations and Singularity Theory A Comprehensive Approach to the Moduli Space of Quasi-homogeneous Singularities On the Roots of an Extended Lens Equation and an Application A Lefschetz Coincidence Theorem for Singular Varieties Preservation of Immersed or Injective Properties by Composing Generic Generalized Distance-Squared Mappings Arc Criterion of Normal Embedding
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