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On the minimal dimension of the ambient space of a projective scheme.

Audun Holme

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Published
**1971**
by Universitetsforlaget in Trondheim
.

Written in English

- Algebraic varieties.,
- Geometry, Projective.,
- Algebraic fields.

**Edition Notes**

Series | Det Kongelige. Norske videnskabers selskab. skrifter 1971 ;, no. 13, Norske videnskabers selskab, Trondheim., no. 13. |

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LC Classifications | AS283 .T8 1971, no. 13, QA564 .T8 1971, no. 13 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 5 p. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4700490M |

LC Control Number | 77886302 |

So certainly the minimum embedding dimension is less than or equal to the minimum of these two numbers. However, imitating the argument in Ch. IV, Ex. (b) of Hartshorne, we can see that any secant of the Segre embedding of $\mathbb{P}^n \times \mathbb{P}^m$ is contained in the secant variety of $\mathbb{P}^1 \times \mathbb{P}^1$, that is. 3 Projective Space as a Quotient Space Figure 2: Boy’s Surface, from Wikimedia Commons A better way to think of real projective space is as a quotient space of Sn. Now, we arrive at a quotient space by making an identi cation between di erent points on the manifold. Essentially, we de ne an.

in this moduli space of stable maps. 1. Introduction The geometry of the Kontsevich’s moduli space M g,n(Pr,d) of degree d stable maps from n-pointed, genus gcurves to Pr has been studied inten-sively in the literature. R. Vakil studied its connection with the enumera-tive geometry of rational and elliptic curves in projective space in [Vak]. R. Scheme-theoretic definitions. One advantage of defining varieties over arbitrary fields through the theory of schemes is that such definitions are intrinsic and free of embeddings into ambient affine n-space.. A k-algebraic set is a separated and reduced scheme of finite type over Spec().A k-variety is an irreducible k-algebraic set.A k-morphism is a morphism between k-algebraic sets regarded.

Minimal prime ideal containing (x) Tangent space Steiner’s crosscap A neighborhood A connected, reducible variety Normalization of a curve xi. Linear Systems. Let f 1, , f r be homogeneous polynomials of some common degree d on some projective space (P) defined over a field. The set of hypersurfaces a 1 f 1 + + a r f r = 0. where the a i s are elements of the base field of (P) is an example of a linear system. This can be thought of as being the vector space of elements (a 1, , a r) or even the projectivisation of that.

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A - ambient space (e.g. affine or projective \(n\)-space) polynomials - single polynomial, ideal or iterable of defining polynomials; in any case polynomials must belong to the coordinate ring of the ambient space and define valid polynomial functions (e.g. they should be homogeneous in the case of a projective space) OUTPUT: algebraic scheme.

Variety and scheme structure Variety structure. Let k be an algebraically closed field. The basis of the definition of projective varieties is projective space, which can be defined in different, but equivalent ways.

as the set of all lines through the origin in + (i.e., one-dimensional sub-vector spaces of +); as the set of tuples (, ,) ∈ +, modulo the equivalence relation.

The choice of a homogeneous ideal in a polynomial ring defines a closed subscheme Z in a projective space as well as an infinite sequence of cones over Z in progressively higher dimension projective spaces.

Recent work of Aluffi introduces the Segre zeta function, a rational power series with integer coefficients which captures the relationship between the Segre class of Z and those of its : Grayson Jorgenson.

pdf (Kb) Year Permanent link URN:NBN:noAuthor: Audun Holme. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): :NBN:no (external link) https Author: Audun Holme. For these reasons, projective space plays a fundamental role in algebraic geometry.

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it is the minimal dimension for affine ambients into which the abstract scheme-theoretic patch may be embedded. This can be seen from the fact that the. The dimension of a hypersurface is one less than that of its ambient space.

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Introduction 1 2. Basic tools and deﬁnitions 7 3. Almost proper varieties and big line bundles 9 4. Ampleness Lemma 11 5. A new projective space Proj(Generic(R)) will be created as the ambient space of this scheme.

EmptyScheme(X): Sch -> Sch EmptySubscheme(X): Sch -> Sch, MapSch The subscheme of X defined, for an affine scheme X by the trivial polynomial 1, or by maximal ideal (x 1,x n) for a projective scheme X. The returned scheme is marked as saturated. In this paper we derive geometric consequences from the presence of a long strand of linear syzygies in the minimal free resolution of a closed scheme in projective space whose homogeneous ideal.

minimal degree and dimension k+1. Introduction The purpose of this paper is to compute how many varieties of minimal degree and dimension k+ 1 contain a given scheme XˆPN of dimension k 1. If Xis arithmetically Buchsbaum, then there might be more than one variety of minimal degree containing it, but in this paper we prove that if X is r.

In our setting where the reduced subscheme is a smaller projective space, The length p of the minimal free resolution of M is called the projective dimension of M and is denote pd (M).

on the punctured spectrum, i.e. (S 2) scheme theoretically in projective space. an open source textbook and reference work on algebraic geometry.Audun Holme has written: 'Geometry' -- subject(s): Geometry, History 'On the minimal dimension of the ambient space of a projective scheme' -- subject(s): Algebraic fields, Algebraic varieties.The notion of scecant scheme for quasi-projective morphisms () - Matematisk Institutt, Universitetet i Oslo.

Holme, Audun. Rapporter - in DUO. ON THE MINIMAL DIMENSION OF THE AMBIENT SPACE OF A PROJECTIVE SCHEME () - Matematisk Institutt, Universitetet i Oslo. Holme, Audun. Rapporter - in DUO. 1; Results per page. 15; 30; 50;