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3) j D1 By definition is defined on the open subset dom. fj /; j D1 which we call the domain of . We will also say that is regular at the points x 2 dom. /. dom. // W then W X ! W is a rational map between the two algebraic sets X and W . The map W X ! dom. dom. // D W . We note that, given two rational maps W X ! W , W W ! Z between algebraic sets, one can then consider the rational map B W X ! dom. // \ dom. / ¤ ;. In particular, this is always the case if is dominant. 4. 5. Let W X ! X / dense in W , and W W !
For example, let C1 and C2 be the two plane curves with equations y 1 D 0 and y 3 x 2 D 0 respectively. Let W C1 ! C2 be the map that sends the point P 2 C1 to its projection P 0 from the origin O onto C2 . 0; 1/. x; 1/ are the coordinates of P , the coordinates of P 0 are x 0 D x 3 , y 0 D x 2 , and so is a morphism. P 0 / are . yx 0 ; 1/ and x0 y0 62 KŒx 0 ; y 0 . 2. Let W X ! W be a morphism of algebraic sets with X An and W Am . With the preceding notation, and considering the coordinates T1 ; : : : ; Tm m in A as polynomial functions, is a polynomial function given by f1 ; : : : ; fm 2 KŒX if and only if fj D Tj B 2 KŒX for j D 1; : : : ; m, that is, if and only if the diagram /W Am X@ @@ @@ @@ @@ Tj @@ fj @@ K is commutative.
0; : : : ; 0/g ! a1 ; : : : ; anC1 / 7! 0; : : : ; 0/g. 5. X1 ; : : : ; XnC1 /, and the set of irreducible projective algebraic subsets X P n . 6 The Zariski topology on a projective variety. In strict analogy with the affine case, the algebraic subsets X P n are the closed subsets of a topology on n n P : called the Zariski topology on P . x/ ¤ 0; f a homogeneous polynomialg: The space P n can be covered by n C 1 particular principal open subsets, called standard affine charts, Ui ´ PXni D fŒx1 ; : : : ; xnC1 2 P n j xi ¤ 0g; i D 1; : : : ; n C 1: For each i D 1; : : : ; n C 1 one associates to the point Œx1 ; x2 ; : : : ; xnC1 2 Ui the point Â Ã x1 x2 xi 1 xiC1 xnC1 ; ;:::; ; ;:::; 2 An xi xi xi xi xi 34 Chapter 2.