By Hara N.
We provide a short new facts of Wahl's vanishing theorem for rational floor singularities, utilizing top attribute method. Our process additionally offers a criterion for F-rationality in measurement 2
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A characteristic p proof of Wahl's vanishing theorem for rational surface singularities by Hara N.