Stable Maps

Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 249)


The definition of a stable map is given in Section 2.3. In the first two sections we dwell on a heuristic discussion. We introduce, in order of sophistication, various parameter spaces of maps, culminating with the statement of the existence of the important Kontsevich moduli spaces \( \overline M _{0,n} (\mathbb{P}^r ,d)\) and their basic properties.


Modulus Space Marked Point Inverse Image Exceptional Divisor Rational Curf 
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