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By definition, dD dD α = ∂ D ∂ D α + ∂∂α + (∂ D ∂ + ∂∂ D )α. The first two forms on the right hand side vanish since they have type (p + 2, q) and (p, q + 2), respectively. 33). Let (X1 , Y1 , . . , Xm , Ym ) be a local orthonormal frame of M with JXj = Yj . 30) and let Z1∗ , . . , Zn∗ , Z1∗ , . . , Zn∗ be the corresponding dual frame of TC∗ M . With our conventions, we have Zj♭ := Zj , · = 1 ∗ Z 2 j and Zj♭ := Zj , · = 1 ∗ Z . 31) 36 ¨ hler Manifolds Lectures on Ka Since Xj = Zj + Zj and Yj = i(Zj − Zj ), we get Xj∗ = 1 ∗ i (Z + Zj∗ ) and Yj∗ = − (Zj∗ − Zj∗ ) 2 j 2 ∗ for the dual frame (X1∗ , Y1∗ , .

Via z 0 = t1 t2 , z1 = t21 , z2 = t22 , we can identify Q with the algebraic hypersurface H = {(z0 , z1 , z2 ) ∈ C3 | z02 = z1 z2 } ⊂ C3 , which has a singularity at the origin 0. We blow up C3 at 0 to get ˜ 3 = {(z, [w]) ∈ C3 × CP 2 | zi wj = zj wi }. C We have ˜ 3 | z = 0, w2 = w1 w2 }. π −1 (H \ {0}) = {(z, [w]) ∈ C 0 ˜ 3 is the regular hypersurface In particular, the closure of π −1 (H \ {0}) in C ˜ 3 | w2 = w1 w2 } ⊂ C ˜ 3. ˜ = {(z, [w]) ∈ C H 0 Thus by blowing up 0 ∈ C3 , we resolved the singularity of H.

Xm , Ym ) be a local orthonormal frame of M with JXj = Yj . 30) and let Z1∗ , . . , Zn∗ , Z1∗ , . . , Zn∗ be the corresponding dual frame of TC∗ M . With our conventions, we have Zj♭ := Zj , · = 1 ∗ Z 2 j and Zj♭ := Zj , · = 1 ∗ Z . 31) 36 ¨ hler Manifolds Lectures on Ka Since Xj = Zj + Zj and Yj = i(Zj − Zj ), we get Xj∗ = 1 ∗ i (Z + Zj∗ ) and Yj∗ = − (Zj∗ − Zj∗ ) 2 j 2 ∗ for the dual frame (X1∗ , Y1∗ , . . , Xm , Ym∗ ) of (X1 , Y1 , . . , Xm , Ym ). 32) + ∂, meaning that the sum of the first terms is equal to ∂ D and the sum of the second to ∂.

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