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Irreducible symplectic complex spaces
(2012)

Tim Kirschner
 In Chapter 1 we define period mappings of Hodgede Rahm type for certain submersive, yet not necessarily locally topologically trivial, morphisms of complex manifolds. Generalizing Griffiths's theory, we interpret the differential of such period mappings as the composition of the KodairaSpencer map and a map derived from the sheaf cohomological cup product and the contraction of vector fields with differential forms.
In Chapter 2 of the text, we consider a submersive morphism $f\colon X\to S$ of complex spaces which is compactified by a proper, flat, and Kähler morphism $\bar f\colon \bar X\to S$. Taking into account the codimension of $\bar X\setminus X$ in $\bar X$, we draw conclusions about the degeneration behavior of the relative Frölicher spectral sequence of the morphism $f$ and about the local freeness of the modules $\mathrm{R}^qf_*(\Omega^p_f)$; our results can be viewed as relative generalizations of a theorem of Takeo Ohsawa.
In our final Chapter 3, we employ the upshots of the preceding two chapters in order to deduce a local Torelli theorem for irreducible symplectic complex spaces. As an application of the local Torelli theorem, we prove that irreducible symplectic complex spaces whose codimension of the singular locus does not deceed $4$ satisfy the socalled Fujiki relation.