Delta invariant

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In mathematics, in the theory of algebraic curves, a delta invariant measures the number of double points concentrated at a point.[1] It is a non-negative integer.


Delta invariants are discussed in the "Classification of singularities" section of the algebraic curve article.

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Milnor, Singular Points of Hypersurfaces, p. 85