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What sorts of weights for perverse sheaves were or can be computed?

I am studying certain weights for (triangulated categories of relative) motives. Those are interesting; yet one can hardly say that they are very much explicit or effectively computable. So, I would ...
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What is an induced Abel Jacobi map?

Let $X$ be a compact Kahler threefold, $C\subset X$ be a smooth curve, $\tau\colon\tilde{X}\to X$ be the blow up of $X$ along $C$, $j\colon E\to \tilde{X}$ be rthe exceptional divisor, $\tau_E$ be the ...
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Witten's proof of Morse inequalities, question on eigenvalues?

See here. I present Theorem 6 and Corollary 7 as follows. Theorem 6. For large $s$, $\Delta_s$ and $H$ have the same number of eigenvalues in the interval $[0, s^{-2/5}]$. Corollary 7. $\dim ...
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higher direct images of relative canonical sheaf plus a fractional divisor

For a map $f: Y \rightarrow X$ branched over simple normal crossing divisor $B=\sum_iB_i$, do we know of similar local freeness property for higher direct image of relative canonical sheaf plus a ...
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How small can the Mumford-Tate group of hypersurface be?

Is there some way of giving a lower bound on the dimension of the Mumford-Tate group of a hypersurface? Let's say it's of general type, say, of degree $10$ inside $ \mathbb{P}^3$. (Edited from here ...
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Does this extension of Hodge structures split over $\mathbb{Q}$?

Let $X$ be a smooth projective curve of genus $\geq 1$ over $\mathbb{C}$, $H^\cdot=H^\cdot(X)$, and $K$ be the kernel of cup product $\cup: H^1\otimes H^1\rightarrow H^2$. Consider the extension of ...
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Tate twist and comparison between Betti and de Rham cohomology

In Deligne's paper "Hodge cycles on abelian varieties" (see page 11 of http://jmilne.org/math/Documents/Deligne82.pdf) he says that the following diagram fails to commute by a factor of $(2 \pi i)^m$, ...
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Does the monodromy of such VHS have to be trivial

Consider a variation of polarized Hodge structure on a punctured disk. Suppose that connection preserves Hodge filtration (which is much stronger, than Griffiths transversality). Moreover assume that ...
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de Rham cohomology group and Dolbeault cohomology group on compact complex analytic spaces

My question is: On a compact complex analytic space,since Hodge Theorem becomes invalid,is it true that the de Rham cohomology group $H^p_{DR}(M)$ and the Dolbeault cohomology group ...
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What are the easiest examples of irreducible, but not big, monodromy representations

Let $\rho: \pi_1(S,s_0) \to GL(V)$ be the monodromy representation associated to a local system of $\mathbb Q$-modules $\mathbb V$ with $\mathbb V_{s_0} = V$. Let $H$ be the Zariski closure of the ...
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Hodge numbers of non-commutative varieties

Let $(X, \mathcal{A})$ be a non-commutative variety, by this I mean $X$ is a (smooth) algebraic variety and $\mathcal{A}$ is a sheaf of algebra on $X$. One such example in my mind is when $X$ admits ...
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Mixed Hodge structure and cup product

I'm looking for a reference for the answer to the following questions. Let $X$ be an algebraic variety over C. When is the cup product a morphism of Mixed Hodge structures? Does $X$ have to be ...
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Why can we not always take a Kähler class to be in rational cohomology?

Given a Kähler manifold $(X,\omega)$ we know that its Kähler class lies in an open cone of $H^{1,1}(X) \cap H^2 (X,\mathbb{R})$. Since $\mathbb{Q}$ is dense in $\mathbb{R}$ we should be able to find a ...
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Hodge structure of relative cohomology groups

I need a hint or a good reference for definition of mixed Hodge structure on the relative cohomology groups ($\mathrm{H}^*(X,Y)$, $Y\subset X$ a closed subvariety of a comolex quasiprojective variety ...
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Hodge structures generated by cohomology groups of varities with dimension less than $n$

Let $X$ be a smooth projective variety over $\mathbb{C}$ with dimension $n$. Is it true that for every $i<n$, the Hodge structure on $\mathrm{H}^i(X,\mathbb{Q})$ is generated by Hodge structures of ...
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periods of Mixed Hodge Structures

Two Questions: First. As I know the notion of periods comes when one has two vector spaces over a subfield $k$ of $\mathbb{C}$ (usually given by two cohomology theories) and an isomorphism between ...
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Logarithmic view on the classical Eichler–Shimura isomorphism

[Apologies ahead of time that this question is (1) quite heavy in laying out notations, and (2) of the can-you-spot-my-error variety.] I am trying to recast the Eichler–Shimura isomorphism as a ...
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Are there known cases of the Mumford–Tate conjecture that do not use Abelian varieties?

(For a formulation of the Mumford–Tate conjecture, see below.) The question As far as I know, all non-trivial known cases of the Mumford–Tate conjecture more or less depend on the Mumford–Tate ...
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Real structure in the mixed Hodge structure associated to an isolated singularity

We know that a mixed Hodge structure on a complex vector space $H$ with an integral lattice $H_{\mathbb Z}$ consists of the weight filtration and the Hodge filtration. For an isolated hypersurface ...
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Hodge numbers of l-adic sheaves?

Assume first that $C$ is a curve, say over $\mathbb{Q}$ and $(E, \nabla)$ is a vector bundle with a flat connection. Assume further that $(E, \nabla)$ has regular singularities at $S=\overline{C}-C$. ...
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Mixed Hodge structure on configuration spaces

Let $X$ be a smooth complex projective variety. Let $F(X,n)$ be the configuration space parametrizing $n$ distinct ordered points in $X$. The cohomology groups $H^k(F(X,n),\mathbf Q)$ carry a mixed ...
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When is the Hodge diamond concentrated in $H^{n,n}$'s?

Let $X$ be a smooth projective complex algebraic variety. The Hodge decomposition tells us that $H^n(X, \mathbf C) = \oplus H^{p,q}$. Here is my question: For what kind of $X$ is $H^{2n}(X) = ...
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Archimedean $\varepsilon$-factors

Let $K$ be either $\bf R$ or $\bf C$. Let $p$ and $q$ be integers with $p \leq -1$, $q \geq 0$, and $p+q=-1$. Consider the Hodge structure $M = M(p,q)$ over $K$ with coefficients in $\bf R$, defined ...
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Linkage between homotopy equivalence and identification of algorithms

I vaguely recall that someone says there is linkage between homotopy equivalence and identification of algorithms which may be isomorphic or morphism or something like that,the algorithm may be ...
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Hodge modules and Deligne-Beilinson cohomology of function fields

Let $K$ be a function field over complex numbers i.e. the fraction field of a complex variety. Then one can define the Deligne-Beilinson cohomology and mixed Hodge modules for $K$ as the direct limit ...
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Hodge numbers of diffeomorphic complete intersections

Is there an example of two complex projective complete intersections that are diffeomorphic but have different Hodge numbers? Edit: as written by Daniel Loughran in the comments below, complete ...
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Surjectivity of certain cohomology groups on hypersurfaces of high degree

I had been reading an article by Spencer Bloch. There is a remark in this text which states the surjectivity of a particular map between cohomology groups without explaining further. I had been trying ...
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splitting of the Hodge filtration

Let $X$ be a smooth projective variety over a subfield $k$ of $\mathbb{C}$. Then one has a short exact sequence $$ 0 \to H^0(X, \Omega^1_X) \to H^1_{dR}(X/k) \to H^1(X, \mathcal{O}_X) \to 0 $$ One ...
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in which sense is a mixed Hodge structure an extension of pure ones?

I have heard several times that mixed Hodge structures are iterated extensions of pure ones. What does it mean? Here is what I figured out. A mixed Hodge structure $H$ comes with an increasing ...
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Bounding failures of the integral Hodge and Tate conjectures

It is well know that the integral versions of the Hodge and Tate conjectures can fail. I once heard an off hand comment however that they should only fail by a "bounded amount". My question is what ...
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Is there a yoga of effectivity for motives and their realizations?

Inside the 'usual' categories of motives (Chow, Voevodsky ones) there are the categories of effective motives. Similarly, there are effective Hodge structures; they seem to be closely related with ...
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What implications would a solution of the *Standard Conjectures* have on the *Hodge Conjecture*?

I'm new to the field, so I just would like to know what implications would have a solution of the Standard Conjectures on the Hodge Conjecture. I read somewhere they are related in some way, but I ...
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extensions of mixed Hodge structures

Let MHS be the category of rational mixed Hodge structures. In particular, it contains extensions of Tate objects $\mathbb{Q}(n)$ for each integer $n$. Here $\mathbb{Q}(n)$ is the only one dimensional ...
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Tangent bundles of period domains of higher weight Hodge structures

Considering $A_{g}$ the moduli space of principally polarized abelian varieties, there is a variation of Hodge structures $\mathbb{V}=E^{1,0}\oplus E^{0,1}$ of weight $1$ on $A_{g}$. It is well-known ...
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Hodge isometry sending the Kahler class to its opposite

i would like to ask you a question i can not answer myself, i hope this is not too trivial and i'm not missing something too basic. Let's suppose we have $X$ and $Y$ Kahler manifolds and ...
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Question about the “middle” intermediate Jacobian

Suppose $Y$ is a smooth projective variety of dimension $2p-1$ over $\mathbb{C}$. I have a few questions about the $p^{~\text{ th}}$ intermediate Jacobian $J^p(Y)$ of $Y$. Does it come from (i.e. is ...
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How to prove this Weitzenbock formula?

In Hutchings and Taubes lecture note on Seiberg-Witten equation HERE, above equation (4.20) the authors claim that there is a version of Weitzenbock formula reads (where $\beta \in \Omega^{0,2}(M, ...
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Is it possible to compute the mixed Hodge structure of a unramified covering space?

Assume that we know the mixed Hodge structure of a complex manifold $X$. Is it possible to compute the mixed Hodge structure of unramified covering $Y$ of $X$ if we know the deck transformation of the ...
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Why is the kth cohomology group of the DM-compactification of the moduli space of curves pure of weight k?

I'm trying to understand the paper Arbarello, Enrico, Cornalba, Maurizio, Calculating cohomology groups of moduli spaces of curves via algebraic geometry. Inst. Hautes Études Sci. Publ. Math. No. 88 ...
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Rational Hodge Theory

I am currently learning about the formality result for Kaehler manifolds proved in DGMS. Their result uses some basic Hodge theory, and so only gives formality over $\mathbf{R}$. Later, however, ...
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Local system over $\mathcal A_{g,[n]}$ with unipotent monodromy

Let $\mathcal A_{g,[n]}$ denote the moduli space of principal polarized abelian varieties with level-[n] structure and $\bar {\mathcal A}_{g,[n]}\supset \mathcal A_{g,[n]}$ a smooth Toroida ...
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Smooth mixed hodge modules - representations of fundamental group?

I do not know much about mixed Hodge modules. I would like to ask: Let $X$ be a smooth connected algebraic complex variety, with a chosen point. Could one describe smooth mixed Hodge modules on $X$ as ...
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Down-to-earth expositions of Hodge theory

What are nice expositions of Hodge theory not using advanced language of algebraic geometry or category theory? Of course, since I haven't found a (for me) readable introduction, I don't know what I ...
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What is the meaning of $(h^{11},h^{21})\to (h^{11}-240,h^{21}+240)$ in Calabi-Yau threefolds?

By browsing through the Hodge data of known Calabi-Yau threefolds, I stumbled upon an observation that frequently enough a pair of Hodge numbers $(h^{11},h^{21})$ comes together with the pair $ ...
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mixed Hodge structure on Cohomology with compact support

Let $X$ be a smooth quasi-projective variety of dimension $n$ over the complex numbers (let us assume it is the complement of a normal crossings divisor in a smooth projective variety). Then how does ...
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on a family of CM Hodge structures

I am having a look at the paper "Hodge structures of type $(n, 0, \ldots, 0, n)$" by Totaro. At the very beginning he says that a Hodge structure of type $(1, 0, 1)$ has always complex multiplication. ...
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is the Hodge conjecture birationally invariant?

Let $X$ and $Y$ be two birational smooth projective varieties over the complex numbers. Assume $X$ satisfies the Hodge conjecture. Is it known that the Hodge conjecture holds for $Y$?
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How does Cnops' operator terminology correspond to standard terminology?

I have been reading Jan Cnops' book, "An Introduction to Dirac Operators on Manifolds" (Birkhaeuser Boston, 2002) and various more standard texts on both Dirac operators and differential geometry in ...
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Carleson's Theorem on Manifolds

Let $M$ be an oriented, compact, differentiable manifold with some Riemmanian metric $g$, so that $(M,g)$ has a nice volume form and one can define $L^2(M,g)$ as the completion of $C^\infty(M)$ under ...
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Hodge structure of abelian surfaces

In my case, I have an abelian surface $A$ of (2,8)-polarization, and I have some finite group (may not be abelian group) $G$ acting on $A$ without fixed point. I want to understand when there is a ...