By F. A. Bogomolov, A. N. Landia (auth.), H. Kurke, J. H. M. Steenbrink (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400906854

ISBN-13: 9789400906853

ISBN-10: 9401067937

ISBN-13: 9789401067935

The convention on Algebraic Geometry, held in Berlin 9-15 March 1988, used to be organised through the Sektion Mathematik of the Humboldt-Universitat. The setting up committee consisted of H. Kurke, W. Kleinert, G. Pfister and M. Roczen. The convention is one in a chain organised through the Humboldt-Universitat at standard durations of 2 or 3 years, with the aim of delivering a gathering position for mathematicians from jap and western nations. the current quantity comprises gildings of a part of the lectures offered on the convention and a few articles on similar topics. All papers have been topic to the general refereeing approach of Compositio Mathematica, and H. Kurke acted as a visitor editor of this magazine. The papers specialise in genuine subject matters in algebraic geometry and singularity concept, equivalent to vector bundles, arithmetical algebraic geometry, intersection thought, moduli and Hodge conception. we're thankful to all those that, through their hospitality, their presence on the Con ference, their help or their written contributions, have made this convention to a hit. The editors Compositio Mathematica seventy six: viii, 1990.

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The nonzero terms in E 1 (g, 0) are the following. ,o, where Qr = (Qen,o)/(gQen,o (iii) E1- t - 1,t(g,0) = + dg /\ Qen,o). ker(g),m-t,t(g,O) = T(g) for t ~ 2. Proof To get the more subtle point (ii), one uses the well-defined maps u: Q~ --+ E'I'l(g, 0), u(a) = [(dg /\ a)/g] v: E~,l(g,O) --+ H S + 2(L'), v[fJ/g] and note that im(v) c = ker(g) for s [(dg /\ fJ)/g] = n - 2. 4) COROLLARY. t for t ~ 1. o --+ ... o --+ 0 0--+ IC --+ n~ --+ ... --+ n~-i. 6) EXAMPLE. e. (Y,O) is defined in suitable coordinates by a weighted homogenous polynomial 9 of degree N with respect to the weights w.

Ii) below! 19) PROPOSITION. (i) Assume that a polynomial X(V) = X(V') + (_1)n L dimM(ga)-W X(F) = X(F') + (_1)n+1 I' as above exists. Then aeZ L L aeZ j= 1,N dimM(ga)-N-w+ j. 7). Then X(V) = Xm(V(w, N)) + (_1)n L dim M(gat N- w X(F) = Xm(F(w, N)) + (_1)n+1 L L aeZ aeZ j= 1,N dimM(ga)(m-1)N-w+j for all m large enough. When all the singularities ga are weighted homogeneous, it is enough to take m ~ n + 1. Proof On a formal level, note that the formulas in (i) are a special case of the formulas in (ii), obtained by taking m divisible by all ka = 1Gal, a E Z.

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