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Studia Scientiarum Mathematicarum Hungarica
Authors:
Deeba Afzal
,
Farkhanda Afzal
,
Sidra Mubarak
,
Gerhard Pfister
, and
Asad Yaqub

We present the algorithms for computing the normal form of unimodular complete intersection surface singularities classified by C. T. C. Wall. He indicated in the list only the μ-constant strata and not the complete classification in each case. We give a complete list of surface unimodular singularities. We also give the description of a classifier which is implemented in the computer algebra system Singular.

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M. Giusti’s classification of the simple complete intersection singularities is characterized in terms of invariants. This is a basis for the implementation of a classifier in the computer algebra system Singular.

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If M is the link of a complex normal surface singularity, then it carries a canonical contact structure ξ can, which can be identified from the topology of the 3-manifold M. We assume that M is a rational homology sphere. We compute the support genus, the binding number and the norm associated with the open books which support ζ can, provided that we restrict ourselves to the case of (analytic) Milnor open books. In order to do this, we determine monotonity properties of the genus and the Milnor number of all Milnor fibrations in terms of the Lipman cone.We generalize results of [3] valid for links of rational surface singularities, and we answer some questions of Etnyre and Ozbagci [7, section 8] regarding the above invariants.

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