Variation of mixed Hodge structure. I.

Joseph Steenbrink; Steven Zucker

Inventiones mathematicae (1985)

  • Volume: 80, page 489-542
  • ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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Steenbrink, Joseph, and Zucker, Steven. "Variation of mixed Hodge structure. I.." Inventiones mathematicae 80 (1985): 489-542. <>.

author = {Steenbrink, Joseph, Zucker, Steven},
journal = {Inventiones mathematicae},
keywords = {period mapping; variation of mixed Hodge structure; families of varieties},
pages = {489-542},
title = {Variation of mixed Hodge structure. I.},
url = {},
volume = {80},
year = {1985},

AU - Steenbrink, Joseph
AU - Zucker, Steven
TI - Variation of mixed Hodge structure. I.
JO - Inventiones mathematicae
PY - 1985
VL - 80
SP - 489
EP - 542
KW - period mapping; variation of mixed Hodge structure; families of varieties
UR -
ER -

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  10. Michel Raibaut, Singularités à l’infini et intégration motivique

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