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Unless otherwise speciﬁed, all (co)homology and intersection (co)homology groups in this paper are those with rational coeﬃcients. 2. Topological Euler-Poincar´ e characteristic For a complex algebraic variety X, let χ(X) denote its topological EulerPoincar´e characteristic. Then χ(X) equals the compactly supported Euler characteristic, χc (X) (see [F93], page 141), and the latter is additive with respect to open and closed inclusions. 1) χc (X) = χc (Z) + χc (U ), so the same relation holds for χ.

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