A prominent example is the Fermat quartic defined by the equation
in P3. K3 surfaces have been studied with a range of methods from algebraic geometry which gives us the opportunity
to learn these methods in a concrete application.
- Huybrechts, D. (2016). Lectures on K3 Surfaces (Cambridge Studies in Advanced
Mathematics). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Barth, Hulek, Peters, Van de Ven. Compact Complex Surfaces Springer 2004.
Familiarity with the methods of algebraic geometry.
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