Convergence of formal morphisms of completions of complex spaces Dedicated to the memory of Professor Nobuo Sasakura
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We call a formal morphism between completions of complex spaces convergent if it comes from a holomorphic mapping between the complex spaces. We assume always that the source space is compact. Then a formal morphism is either convergent everywhere or nowhere, under very general conditions.
- Tokyo Sugaku Kaisya Zasshi
Tokyo Sugaku Kaisya Zasshi 51(3), 731-755, 1999-07
The Mathematical Society of Japan