Cobordism obstructions to deforming isolated singularities. (English) Zbl 0381.57011


57R77 Complex cobordism (\(\mathrm{U}\)- and \(\mathrm{SU}\)-cobordism)
20F38 Other groups related to topology or analysis
32Sxx Complex singularities
32G05 Deformations of complex structures
55N22 Bordism and cobordism theories and formal group laws in algebraic topology
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