Books written by Heisuke Hironaka.
Heisuke Hironaka won the Fields Medal in 1970 for generalizing the work of Zariski who had proved for dimension ≤ 3 the theorem concerning the resolution of singularities on an algebraic variety. Hironaka proved the results in any dimension.
Mathematics for Elementary School, Grades 1-6
One reason for the high quality of Japanese mathematics teaching and learning is focused and rigorous textbooks that develop problem solving abilities, mathematical thinking, and calculation skills in a systematic and coherent way.
Complex Analytic Desingularization
The main ideas of the proof of resolution of singularities of complex-analytic spaces presented here were developed by Heisuke Hironaka in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Since then, a number of proofs, all inspired by Hironaka's general approach, have appeared, the validity of some of them extending beyond the complex analytic case.
The Works of Hamanaka Gesson
Selected Papers Of Masatake Kuranishi
This book is a selection of Masatake Kuranishi's papers. Born in 1924, Kuranishi produced deep and far-reaching results in geometry over his career. Of his voluminous contributions, this book focuses on his later works: (i) his work on locally complete families of deformation of compact complex manifolds. Kuranishi was first to prove the fundamental results of the existence of complete families whose parameter spaces are today called Kuranishi spaces.