Surveys in Geometry and Number Theory: Reports on by Nicholas Young

By Nicholas Young

The focal point of this ebook is the ongoing power of natural arithmetic in Russia after the post-Soviet diaspora. The authors are 8 younger experts who're linked to robust study teams in Moscow and St. Petersburg within the fields of algebraic geometry and quantity thought. Their articles are in accordance with lecture classes given at British universities. The articles are almost always surveys of the new paintings of the study teams and include a considerable variety of unique effects. themes lined are embeddings and projective duals of homogeneous areas, formal teams, replicate duality, del Pezzo fibrations, Diophantine approximation and geometric quantization. The authors are I. Arzhantsev, M. Bondarko, V. Golyshev, M. Grinenko, N. Moshchevitin, E. Tevelev, D. Timashev and N. Tyurin. Mathematical researchers and graduate scholars in algebraic geometry and quantity thought all over the world will locate this e-book of serious curiosity.

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Corollary . If X is an affine G-variety and a point x ∈ X is T -fixed, where T is a maximal torus of G, then the orbit Gx is closed. A characteristic-free description of affinely closed homogeneous spaces for solvable groups is given in [67]. 4 The Slice Theorem The Slice Theorem due to D. Luna [42] is one of the most important technical tools in modern invariant theory. In this text we need only some corollaries of the theorem which are related to affine embeddings [42, 56]. • Let G/H ֒→ X be an affine embedding with a closed G-orbit isomorphic to G/F , where F is reductive.

It turns out that CG (H)0 is a one-dimensional unipotent group consisting of operators of the form Id+aT , where a ∈ K, and T is a nilpotent operator on L defined by T (X) = tr (X)E. The subgroup H is contained in a quasi-parabolic subgroup of G, hence G/H is not strongly affinely closed. In the simplest case n = p = 2, we have H ∼ = P SL(2) ⊂ SL(4), NG (H) = HCG (H) (because H does not have outer automorphisms), CG (H) is connected, and W (H) ∼ = (K, +). It would be very interesting to obtain a complete description of affinely closed spaces in arbitrary characteristic and to answer the following question: is it true that any affinely closed space is strongly affinely closed?

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