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Blowing-up along a submanifold. Let M be a complex manifold, and N ⊂ M a closed submanifold. The blowing-up of M along N is a manifold W equipped with a surjective mapping π : W → M such that π induces an isomorphism between W \ π −1 (N ) and M \ N , and whose construction can be described locally. We replace M by an open ball B ⊂ Cn , and N by the submanifold of B deﬁned by the equations z 1 = 0, . . , z p = 0. We can assume that B = Bp × Bn−p where Bp ⊂ Cp has coordinates z 1 , . . , z p and Bn−p ⊂ Cn−p has coordinates z p+1 , .

5) is not exact in general. 5) gives rise in fact to the cohomology theory of sheaves. Nevertheless: if G 0 E F is an exact sequence of sheaves, for each open set U ⊂ X the sequence 0 E(U ) F (U ) G(U ) is exact. Let us note also that there is no useful deﬁnition of exact sequence for presheaves. Nevertheless the following remark will be helpful. 1. Let Fn−1 ··· fn−1 Fn fn Fn+1 ··· be a sequence of morphisms of presheaves such that for any open set U ⊂ X the induced sequence ··· Fn−1 (U ) fn−1,U Fn (U ) fn,U ··· Fn+1 (U ) is exact.

I Ui an open (3) for any open set U ⊂ X, any open covering U = i Ui of U and sections si ∈ F (Ui ) with si |Ui ∩Uj = sj |Ui ∩Uj there exists s ∈ F(U ) such that s|U = si . Such s is unique by (2). A sub(pre)-sheaf of F is a (pre)-sheaf G such that G(U ) ⊂ F(U ) is a subgroup (a vector subspace. . ) and the restrictions in G are induced by those in F . If a presheaf F is not a sheaf, one can construct the associated sheaf F˜ simply by adding to each F (U ) the missing sections: an element of F˜ (U ) is a family (si ∈ F (Ui )) with si |Ui ∩Uj = sj |Ui ∩Uj , U = i Ui being an open covering (two such families must be identiﬁed if their restrictions to some reﬁnement of the respective coverings coincide).