By David Mumford
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Note that this agrees with the degree of the restriction of the map g to ˙j . In general, it is extremely difficult to determine either the geometric monodromy mgeom;˚ , or the algebraic monodromy representation M˚ , hence it is hard to recover information about the global Milnor fibration. @DÁ n ˚ ; b0 / is non-abelian, in general. Nevertheless, the fundamental group of a small tubular neighbourhood of @DÁ2 \ 1 in @DÁ2 is abelian, hence the fiber structure above it can be understood more easily.
U; v/ of P , fu D 0g represents E, fv D 0g represents Sa , and fi D u2 v2 . Consider g D y. Since y in the neighborhood of P can be represented as y D u2 (modulo a local invertible germ), fi C g k near P has the form u2 v2 C u2k . For example, if k D 2, then one needs one more blowing up in order to resolve fi C g k . fi / are onto. KX n Kf / (localized near the exceptional curve of genus 3) are different. 6. 9. x 3 y 2 / D 0g; 0/ and f1 D x 2 Cy k and f2 D x 2 y 3 C y k , where k 4. f2 /. 1 The General Theory of Cyclic Coverings In this section we review a graph-theoretical construction from .
The case of a fibered link K in a 3-manifold M has a special interest in purely topological discussions too. Links provided by singularity theory are usually fibered. M; K/ has a plumbed representation provided by a plumbing graph (decorated with Euler numbers and genera) and arrows (representing K). Additionally, p W M n K ! S 1 is a locally trivial fibration with a trivialization in a neighbourhood of K, cf. 7. S 1 ; Z/. In such a situation, we define a multiplicity system associated with the open book decomposition as follows.