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Enriques-Kodaira classification

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  1. For complex projective surfaces it was done by Federigo Enriques, and Kunihiko Kodaira later extended it to non-algebraic compact surfaces

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  2. In mathematics, the Enriques-Kodaira classification is a classification of compact complex surfaces

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  3. has also been extended to surfaces in characteristic p > 0 by Enrico Bombieri and David Mumford

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  4. of compact complex surfaces states that every nonsingular minimal compact complex surface is of exactly one of the 10 types listed on this page

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  5. The most important invariants of a compact complex surfaces used in the classification can all be given in terms of the dimensions of various cohomology groups of coherent sheaves

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