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We define a quasi–projective reduction of a complex algebraic variety X to be a regular map from X to a quasi–projective variety that is universal with respect to regular maps from X to quasi–projective varieties. A toric quasi–projective reduction is the analogous notion in the category of...
If the boundary of a planar domain which is blown up by a large factor A contains a zero of curvature of order
then the error term in the associated lattice point counting problem is in general
. A necessary and sufficient condition is given under which this...
Mapping a locally free module on a scheme to its l-th tensor power gives rise to a natural map from the Grothendieck group of all locally free modules to the Grothendieck group of all locally free representations of the l-th symmetric group. In this paper, we prove some formulas of Riemann-Roch...
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