Achinta Kumar Nandi,
Authors: Achinta Kumar Nandi
2023 AWM Research Symposium
Poster Presentation

Suppose $V$ is a singular complex analytic curve inside $\mathbb{C}^{2}$. We investigate when a singular or non-singular complex analytic curve $W$ inside $\mathbb{C}^{2}$ with sufficiently small Hausdorff distance $d_{H}(V, W)$ from $V$ must intersect $V$. We obtain a sufficient condition on $W$ which when satisfied gives an affirmative answer to our question. More precisely, we show the intersection is non-empty for any such $W$ that admits at most one non-normal crossing type discriminant point with respect to some proper projection. As an application, we prove a special case of the higher-dimensional analog, and also a holomorphic multifunction analog of a result by Lyubich-Peters.

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