By E. Arrondo, M. Pedreira, I. Sols (auth.), Edoardo Ballico, Ciro Ciliberto (eds.)
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N. c u r v e cutting Z on ~ is a question on the smoothability of C(Zg: we want a smoothing of CC2D by a flat family which fixes the p o i n t s o f Z. n. c u r v e s C w a s s t u d i e d by Peskine 34 and Szpiro Cwho proved i n [PSI t h a t C i s s m o o t h a b l e when all numbers s i-rj are positiveD and by Sauer C[S]D who solved problem sequence showing that C is smoothable if and only i f, to the C29 above, s n > _ r n _ 2 f o r all n. n. c u r v e , h o w e v e r any set Z to a set of points in generic over 7 can such smoothing position.
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