By Mauro C. Beltrametti, Fabrizio Catanese, Ciro Ciliberto

ISBN-10: 3110171805

ISBN-13: 9783110171808

The papers during this quantity disguise a large spectrum of algebraic geometry, from reasons thought to numerical algebraic geometry and are more often than not excited by larger dimensional types and minimum version software and surfaces of normal sort. part of the articles grew out of a convention in reminiscence of Paolo Francia held in Genova in September 2001 with nearly 70 individuals.

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Q) ~ Je~, these sheaves can be regarded as Qt-mixed sheaves and their Zariski cohomology carry oo-mixed Hodge structures as above. For X. a simplicial scheme we thus have w. : (X. )an ~ (X. , Rr (w. (Z)) ::::? , Z) where Rr (w. (Z) ~ Je~ •. 3 (Local-to-global). There are spectral sequences Li'r = Hq(X, Jl~)::::? Hq+r(Xan. Qt) 46 L. , IQ) in the category of oo-mixed Hodge structures. 4). 4. Edge maps Recall that the classical cycle class maps can be obtained via edge homomorphisms in the coniveau spectral sequence.

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