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80.1. Introduction

This chapter discusses resolution of singularities of Noetherian algebraic spaces of dimension $2$. We have already discussed resolution of surfaces for schemes following Lipman [Lipman] in an earlier chapter. See Resolution of Surfaces, Section 50.1. Most of the results in this chapter are straightforward consequences of the results on schemes.

Unless specifically mentioned otherwise all geometric objects in this chapter will be algebraic spaces. Thus if we say ''let $f : X \to Y$ be a modification'' then this means that $f$ is a morphism as in Spaces over Fields, Definition 63.5.1. Similarly for proper morphism, etc, etc.

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    \section{Introduction}
    \label{section-introduction}
    
    \noindent
    This chapter discusses resolution of singularities of
    Noetherian algebraic spaces of dimension $2$.
    We have already discussed resolution of surfaces
    for schemes following Lipman \cite{Lipman} in an earlier
    chapter. See
    Resolution of Surfaces, Section \ref{resolve-section-introduction}.
    Most of the results in this chapter are straightforward
    consequences of the results on schemes.
    
    \medskip\noindent
    Unless specifically mentioned otherwise all geometric objects
    in this chapter will be algebraic spaces. Thus if we say
    ``let $f : X \to Y$ be a modification'' then this means that
    $f$ is a morphism as in Spaces over Fields, Definition
    \ref{spaces-over-fields-definition-modification}.
    Similarly for proper morphism, etc, etc.

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