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Classical Algebraic Geometry

dc.date.accessioned2019-10-24T14:55:18Z
dc.date.available2019-10-24T14:55:18Z
dc.date.issued2014
dc.identifier.urihttp://publications.mfo.de/handle/mfo/3421
dc.description.abstractProgress in algebraic geometry usually comes through the introduction of new tools and ideas to tackle the classical problems of the field. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry in a novel way, such as Voisin’s “existence of decomposition of the diagonal”, and the extension of the class of geometric objects considered to allow constructions not previously possible, such as stacks, tropical geometry, and log structures. Many famous old problems and outstanding conjectures have been resolved in this way over the last 50 years. While the new theories are sometimes studied for their own sake, they are in the end best understood in the context of the classical questions they illuminate. The goal of the workshop was to study new developments in algebraic geometry, in the context of their application to the classical problems.
dc.titleClassical Algebraic Geometry
dc.identifier.doi10.14760/OWR-2014-31
local.series.idOWR-2014-31
local.subject.msc14
local.sortindex861
local.date-range29 Jun - 05 Jul 2014
local.workshopcode1427
local.workshoptitleClassical Algebraic Geometry
local.organizersOlivier Debarre, Paris; David Eisenbud, Berkeley; Gavril Farkas, Berlin; Ravi Vakil, Stanford
local.report-nameWorkshop Report 2014,31
local.opc-photo-id1427
local.publishers-doi10.4171/OWR/2014/31
local.ems-referenceDebarre Olivier, Eisenbud David, Farkas Gavril, Vakil Ravi: Classical Algebraic Geometry. Oberwolfach Rep. 11 (2014), 1695-1745. doi: 10.4171/OWR/2014/31


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