By Hiroaki Hikikata

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In §3, we completely classify surfaces of class VIIo whose canonical bundles have meromorphic sections with only poles of order one along curves. A surface of class VIIo is not algebraic, and its canonical bundle does not necessarily have a meromorphic section. So, we shall consider its numerical class written as a linear combination of curves. §4 gives a general remark about the numerical class of the canonical bundle on a surface of class V I I 0 . All the known surfaces of class VIIo with positive second Betti number contain global sphencal shell (GSS, for short).

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