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  • Authors: Plaumann, Peter ; Strambach, Karl; Falcone, Giovanni; Di Bartolo, Alfonso. (2008)

  • Algebraic groups are treated in this volume from a group theoretical point of view and the obtained results are compared with the analogous issues in the theory of Lie groups. The main body of the text is devoted to a classification of algebraic groups and Lie groups having only few subgroups or few factor groups of different type. In particular, the diversity of the nature of algebraic groups over fields of positive characteristic and over fields of characteristic zero is emphasized. This is revealed by the plethora of three-dimensional unipotent algebraic groups over a perfect field of positive characteristic, as well as, by many concrete examples which cover an area systematically....

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  • Recent advances in both the theory and implementation of computational algebraic geometry have led to new, striking applications to a variety of fields of research. The articles in this volume highlight a range of these applications and provide introductory material for topics covered in the IMA workshops on "Optimization and Control" and "Applications in Biology, Dynamics, and Statistics" held during the IMA year on Applications of Algebraic Geometry. The articles related to optimization and control focus on burgeoning use of semidefinite programming and moment matrix techniques in computational real algebraic geometry. The new direction towards a systematic study of non-commutative...

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  • Authors: Abramovich, D.; Thaddeus, Michael; Vakil, Ravi; Manetti, Marco. (2008)

  • Starting in the middle of the 80s, there has been a growing and fruitful interaction between algebraic geometry and certain areas of theoretical high-energy physics, especially the various versions of string theory. Physical heuristics have provided inspiration for new mathematical definitions (such as that of Gromov-Witten invariants) leading in turn to the solution of problems in enumerative geometry. Conversely, the availability of mathematically rigorous definitions and theorems has benefited the physics research by providing the required evidence in fields where experimental testing seems problematic. The aim of this volume, a result of the CIME Summer School held in Cetraro, Ita...

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  • Authors: Peters, Chris; Steenbrink, J. H. M. (2008)

  • This is comprehensive basic monograph on mixed Hodge structures. Building up from basic Hodge theory the book explains Delingne's mixed Hodge theory in a detailed fashion. Then both Hain's and Morgan's approaches to mixed Hodge theory related to homotopy theory are sketched. Next comes the relative theory, and then the all encompassing theory of mixed Hodge modules. The book is interlaced with chapters containing applications. Three large appendices complete the book.

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  • Algorithms in algebraic geometry go hand in hand with software packages that implement them. Together they have established the modern field of computational algebraic geometry which has come to play a major role in both theoretical advances and applications. Over the past fifteen years, several excellent general purpose packages for computations in algebraic geometry have been developed, such as, CoCoA, Singular and Macaulay 2. While these packages evolve continuously, incorporating new mathematical advances, they both motivate and demand the creation of new mathematics and smarter algorithms. This volume reflects the workshop "Software for Algebraic Geometry" held in the week from ...

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  • Book


  • Authors: Plaumann, Peter ; Strambach, Karl; Falcone, Giovanni; Di Bartolo, Alfonso. (2008)

  • Algebraic groups are treated in this volume from a group theoretical point of view and the obtained results are compared with the analogous issues in the theory of Lie groups. The main body of the text is devoted to a classification of algebraic groups and Lie groups having only few subgroups or few factor groups of different type. In particular, the diversity of the nature of algebraic groups over fields of positive characteristic and over fields of characteristic zero is emphasized. This is revealed by the plethora of three-dimensional unipotent algebraic groups over a perfect field of positive characteristic, as well as, by many concrete examples which cover an area systematically....

  • 323.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2009)

  • Recent advances in both the theory and implementation of computational algebraic geometry have led to new, striking applications to a variety of fields of research. The articles in this volume highlight a range of these applications and provide introductory material for topics covered in the IMA workshops on "Optimization and Control" and "Applications in Biology, Dynamics, and Statistics" held during the IMA year on Applications of Algebraic Geometry. The articles related to optimization and control focus on burgeoning use of semidefinite programming and moment matrix techniques in computational real algebraic geometry. The new direction towards a systematic study of non-commutative...

  • 1055.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Abramovich, D.; Thaddeus, Michael; Vakil, Ravi; Manetti, Marco. (2008)

  • Starting in the middle of the 80s, there has been a growing and fruitful interaction between algebraic geometry and certain areas of theoretical high-energy physics, especially the various versions of string theory. Physical heuristics have provided inspiration for new mathematical definitions (such as that of Gromov-Witten invariants) leading in turn to the solution of problems in enumerative geometry. Conversely, the availability of mathematically rigorous definitions and theorems has benefited the physics research by providing the required evidence in fields where experimental testing seems problematic. The aim of this volume, a result of the CIME Summer School held in Cetraro, Ita...

  • 2012.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Peters, Chris; Steenbrink, J. H. M. (2008)

  • This is comprehensive basic monograph on mixed Hodge structures. Building up from basic Hodge theory the book explains Delingne's mixed Hodge theory in a detailed fashion. Then both Hain's and Morgan's approaches to mixed Hodge theory related to homotopy theory are sketched. Next comes the relative theory, and then the all encompassing theory of mixed Hodge modules. The book is interlaced with chapters containing applications. Three large appendices complete the book.

  • 2999.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: - (2008)

  • Algorithms in algebraic geometry go hand in hand with software packages that implement them. Together they have established the modern field of computational algebraic geometry which has come to play a major role in both theoretical advances and applications. Over the past fifteen years, several excellent general purpose packages for computations in algebraic geometry have been developed, such as, CoCoA, Singular and Macaulay 2. While these packages evolve continuously, incorporating new mathematical advances, they both motivate and demand the creation of new mathematics and smarter algorithms. This volume reflects the workshop "Software for Algebraic Geometry" held in the week from ...