By Fedor Bogomolov, Brendan Hassett, Yuri Tschinkel

Based at the Simons Symposia held in 2015, the complaints during this quantity concentrate on rational curves on higher-dimensional algebraic forms and purposes of the speculation of curves to mathematics difficulties. there was major growth during this box with significant new effects, that have given new impetus to the research of rational curves and areas of rational curves on K3 surfaces and their higher-dimensional generalizations. One major contemporary perception the booklet covers is the concept that the geometry of rational curves is tightly coupled to houses of derived different types of sheaves on K3 surfaces. The implementation of this concept resulted in proofs of long-standing conjectures bearing on birational houses of holomorphic symplectic forms, which in flip may still yield new theorems in mathematics. This complaints quantity covers those new insights intimately.

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In this paper we describe a technology for finding such “good” flat families of perverse sheaves of categories. This is done by deforming LG models as sheaves of categories. The main geometric outcomes of our work are: Classical Categorical W = P equality for tropical varieties “W = P” for perverse sheaves of categories Voisin theory of deformations Good flat deformations of PSC Canonical deformations and compactification HN and additional filtrations of perverse of moduli spaces sheaves of categories We will briefly discuss our procedure.

Chasing through the cohomology sequences associated with (22), we obtain H 1 (F(X), OF(X) ) = H 3 (F(X), OF(X) ) = 0 and H 0 (F(X), OF(X) ) H 2 (F(X), OF(X) ) H 0 (G, OG ), H 4 (G, 2 E ), H 4 (F(X), OF(X) ) H 8 (G, 4 E ). This proves the proposition. Since ωF(X) is trivial, the multiplication product H 2 (F(X), OF(X) ) ⊗ H 2 (F(X), OF(X) ) → H 4 (F(X), OF(X) ) is the Serre duality pairing. It is therefore an isomorphism. (23) 48 O. Debarre et al. 4 Let X ⊂ PF5 q be a cubic hypersurface with finite singular set, defined over Fq .

N}. If condition (ii) is satisfied, one has Q2 (AFqr , T ) = (T − qr )n(2n−1) and the Tate conjecture, which holds for divisors on abelian varieties, implies that the Picard number of AFqr , hence also the geometric Picard number of A, is n(2n − 1), the maximal possible value. Conversely, when n > 1, if AFqr has maximal Picard number for some r, the abelian variety A is supersingular. The abelian variety A is ordinary if it contains pn (the maximal possible number) p-torsion Fq -points. This is equivalent to the coefficient an of T n in Q1 (A, T ) being 24 O.