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Publication# On the boundedness of n-folds with κ(X) = n - 1

Abstract

In this note, we study certain sufficient conditions for a set of minimal klt pairs ( X, triangle) with kappa ( X, triangle) = dim( X ) - 1 to be bounded.

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