Analytic moduli spaces of non quasi-homogeneous functions

Abstract : Let f be a germ of holomorphic function in two variables which vanishes at the origin. The zero set of this function defines a germ of analytic curve. Although the topological classification of such a germ is well known since the work of Zariski, the analytical classification is still widely open. In 2012, Hefez and Hernandes solved the irreducible case and announced the two components case. In 2015, Genzmer and Paul solved the case of topologically quasi-homogeneous functions. The main purpose of this thesis is to study the first topological class of non quasi-homogeneous functions. In chapter 2, we describe the local moduli space of the foliations in this class and give a universal family of analytic normal forms. In the same chapter, we prove the global uniqueness of these normal forms. In chapter 3, we study the moduli space of curves which is the moduli space of foliations up to the analytic equivalence of the associated separatrices. In particular, we present an algorithm to compute its generic dimension. Chapter 4 presents another universal family of analytic normal forms which is globally unique as well. Indeed, there is no canonical model for the distribution of the set of parameters on the branches. So, with this family, we can see that the previous family is not the only one and that it is possible to construct normal forms by considering another distribution of the parameters. Finally, concerning the globalization, we discuss in chapter 5 a strategy based on geometric invariant theory and explain why it does not work so far.
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Jinan Loubani. Analytic moduli spaces of non quasi-homogeneous functions. Functional Analysis [math.FA]. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018TOU30198⟩. ⟨tel-02282098⟩



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