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5) f (u + tp+1 v) = f (u) + tp+1 · J(u)v (there are no further terms since 2(p + 1) ≥ m + 1). Note that by assumption we can write f (u) = tp+1 g(u) where g(u) = m−p−1 gi,j (u)tj )i . 6) −g(u) = J(u) · v, m−p ))r . where the equality is in (k[t]/(t It follows from the structure theory of matrices over principal ideal domains, applied to a lifting of J(u) to a matrix over k[[t]], that we can ﬁnd invertible matrices A and B over k[t]/(tm−p ) such that A · J(u) · B = (diag(ta1 , . . , tar ), 0), with 0 ≤ ai ≤ m − p.

1 we make some general considerations that will be used again later. 1 is the reduction to the complete intersection case. We present now the basic setup, leaving the proof of a technical result for the Appendix. Let X be a reduced scheme of pure dimension n. All our statements are local over X, hence we may assume that X is aﬃne. Fix a closed embedding X → AN and let f1 , . . , fd be generators of the ideal IX of X. Consider F1 , . . , Fd with d Fi = j=1 ai,j fj for general ai,j ∈ k. Note that we still have IX = (F1 , .

VN arbitrarily, and then the other vi are uniquely determined. In the term of order tm+e+2 , the contribution of the part (0) coming from R∗ (u) · A(u, v) involves only the vi . It follows that again we may (1) (1) (1) (1) choose vr+1 , . . , vN arbitrarily, and then v1 , . . , vr are determined uniquely such that the coeﬃcient of tm+e+2 in R∗ (u) · F (u + tm+1 v) is zero. Continuing this way we see that we can ﬁnd v such that F (u + tm+1 v) = 0. This concludes the proof of our claim. Since the ﬁber over u in ψm+1 (J∞ (M )) corresponds to those (0) (0) (v1 , .