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Connectedeness of toric varieties

Hi, I would like to understand when a toric variety is connected. Given $\Delta$ a fan (possibly with infinitely many cones) in $\mathbb{R}^n$, $n\geq 2$ denote with $X_{\Delta}$ the associated toric ...
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Variation the definition of toric varieties

Let us stick to affine toric variety. By definition, a toric variety is a variety containing a torus $T \cong (\mathbb{C}^*)^n$, with the torus action on $T$ extend to the whole variety. The torus ...
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Derived categories of toric varieties and convex geometry

Toric varieties and convex polyhedra are intimately connected. Some of this can be found in standard text books (the connection between divisors and mixed volumes seems to be a popular example). One ...
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Derived category of toroidal varieties

This question comes from the first reduction step of Theorem 4.2 of Kawamata's paper on K-equivalent implies D-equivalent on toroidal varieties. But my question has little to do with this theorem. A ...
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global sections of structure sheaf on the toric Calabi-Yau

Let P be a lattice polytope and lying in $ N \times {1} \subset N \times \mathbb{R}$. Let $\sigma$ be the cone over this polytope and $X_\sigma$ be the corresponding toric variety, which is an ...
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“Step-by-Step” toric resolution process?

WLOG the fan $\Sigma$ of our toric variety $X_{\Sigma}$ is simplicial. (So $X_{\Sigma}$ has at worst orbifold singularities and all cones $\sigma \in \Sigma$ are simplicial). The classical toric ...
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Big tangent bundle

Let $X$ be a nonsingular complex algebraic variety whose tangent bundle is $T_X$. I use Lazarsfeld's book for the definition of a big vector bundle. A line bundle $L$ is big if it has Itaka dimension ...
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Stanley-Reisner ring of a simplicial complex is a functor?

Let $K$ bea field and $[n]=\{1,\ldots,n\}$ and $K[x]=K[x_1,\ldots,x_n]$. For $\sigma=\{i_1,\ldots,i_k\}\subseteq [n]$, denote $x_\sigma=x_{i_1}\cdots x_{i_k}=\prod_{i\in\sigma}x_i\in K[x]$. Let ...
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About Alexeev and Nakamura's paper “on Mumford's construction of degenerating abelian varieites”

Is there anyone familiar with this paper? It seems to me it contains "some" typos and even some small elementary mistakes, which makes my reading very slow. Of course the key reason for my slow ...
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Relation between the index of (the sum of) lattices in euclidean space, and their orthogonal complement.

I am trying to figure out something concerning the index of lattices. The question came about after reading the paper of W.Fulton and B.Sturmfels, ("Intersection theorey on toric varieties"). To ...
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Toric Fano manifolds with Picard number 1

As far as I know, toric Fano manifolds are classified only up to dimension 4. In dimension one the projective line is the only example. In dimension two we have five examples: $\mathbb P ^2$, $\mathbb ...
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Recommendations for binomial system solver

I am interested in solving binomial systems of the form $$ \begin{cases} a_1 x_1^{d_{11}} x_2^{d_{12}} \cdots x_n^{d_{1n}} + b_1 x_1^{d_{11}} x_2^{d_{12}} \cdots x_n^{d_{1n}} &= 0 \\\\ ...
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Smooth projective toric varieties which are quotients of product of spheres and torii by a free torus action?

My question is just as in the box. Is every smooth projective toric variety diffeomorphic to a quotient of $\prod_i S^{n_i} \times T^k$ (I know torus is a one-sphere but I just wanted to make clear I ...
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Computing rational cohomology of smooth (not necessarily compact) toric varieties

The title pretty much says it all. I am looking for references (lecture notes, books, readable articles, suggestions), preferably example laden, that explain how to compute the rational cohomology of ...
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tangent bundle of the toric variety of the wonderful compactification.

Let G be a adjoint group over $k$,algebraically closed of caracteristic zero. Let $\overline{G}$ be its wonderful compactification. I denote by $\overline{T}$ the closure of the torus $T$ in ...
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How to recover toric invariants tropically?

My excuses in advance in case my question is too vague (which is mainly due to the fact that I'm not really familiar with tropical/toric geometry, but at least I still believe that the content of the ...
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Clean introduction to toric varieties for an undergraduate audience

I will be giving a talk to a (primarily) undergraduate audience on certain relatively concrete computations with toric varieties and their blowups. The talk is short, about 20 mins. As I result I need ...
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Homology classes of subvarieties of toric varieties

Let $X$ be a smooth proper toric variety, $Z\subseteq X$ a smooth subvariety. Is the fundamental class $[Z] \in H_\ast(X) = A_\ast(X)$ nonzero? Background If $X$ is a Kaehler variety, this is ...
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The Constructions of Davis and Januszkiewicz

One of the most useful tools in the study of convex polytope is to move from polytopes (through their fans) to toric varieties and see how properties of the associated toric variety reflects back on ...
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Associating an ideal to a subdivision

Given a coherent subdivison of a fan, how does one find a torus invariant ideal sheaf whose (normalized) blowup is the given subdivision?
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Triangulations of polytopes and tilings of zonotopes

Consider a set $A = \{ a_1,a_2,\ldots, a_n \} $ of vectors in $\mathbb{R}^d$, which lie in a common affine hyperplane. Two convex polytopes may be obtained from $A$, namely the convex hull of the ...
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Detecting tilings by toric geometry

This is probably a silly question, but I figured that if there is a good answer, this would be a good place to ask. Ever since I got my hands on the book "Toric Varieties" by Cox, Little and Schenck, ...
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Proving that a variety is not (isomorphic to) a toric variety

Is there an algorithmic (or other) way to prove that a (projective) variety is not isomorphic to a toric variety? I'd be happy with an algebraic answer (for affine or projective varieties), using the ...
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Hypersurfaces in Toric Varieties, Help understand a proof from Mikhalkin's paper

Hello, in G. Mikhalkin's Papaer "DECOMPOSITION INTO PAIRS-OF-PANTS FOR COMPLEX ALGEBRAIC HYPERSURFACES": http://arxiv.org/pdf/math/0205011.pdf There is a lemma about the relation between intersection ...
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When a quotient singularity is toric?

Let $G \subset SL(n,\mathbb{C})$ be a cyclic subgroup of finite order, Is it true that $\mathbb{C}^n /G$ is toric ? If not then when it is ?
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Bound on the (anticanonical) degree of toric Fano varieties

Does there exists a universal constant $C \geq 1$ such that if $X$ is any a smooth, toric, Fano $n$-dimensional manifold admitting a Kähler-Einstein metric, then its anticanonical degree $(-K_X)^n$ ...
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nef Cone of a Toric Variety

Is there a systematic/standard way of extracting the nef cone of a toric variety $X$ from its fan (or polytope)? Can I tell from the basis of $A^1(X)$ induced by the one-skeleton, based on ...
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Non-toric affine variety containing a torus

Part of the definition of an affine toric variety is that the action of the torus sitting as an open dense subset of the variety extends algebraically to the whole variety. Is there an easy example ...
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Do projective hypersurfaces contain projective toric varieties?

Is there an example of a smooth projective hypersurface in $\mathbb{P}^n_k$ ($k=\overline{k}$) that does not contain any projective toric varieties (edit: of positive dimension)? Or is it the case ...
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Intersection Theory on a toric variety

Hi All, I'm having some trouble understanding a result about calculating $D.C$ on a toric variety. The proposition I am trying to follow is from Cox, Little, Schenck. Either there is a mistake with ...
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Description of a birational map, Fulton's “Introduction to toric varieties”

This is an exercise of "Introduction to toric varieties" by Fulton, page 71, section 3.4, (the last one in this page.) The problem is initiated by constructing a complete (toric) variety which is not ...
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Toric automorphism of P1 times P1 blown up at four pts

A toric morphism between toric varieties is a morphism that is equivariant w.r.t. to the toric action, see e.g. section 3.2, Notes by H.Verrill and D.Joyner for definitions. In particular, any toric ...
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Are the closures of the tori in the decomposition of a torified variety toric varieties?

In "Torified varieties and their geometries over $\mathbb{F}_1$", J. L. Pena and O. Lorscheid define a torified variety as a variety $X$ over $\mathbb{Z}$ along with a family of locally closed ...
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Do simplicial toric varieties have “lots” of base point free linear systems?

Question: Let $n$ be a positive integer and let $X$ be a simplicial toric variety. Does every coset of $n\cdot Pic(X)\subseteq Pic(X)$ contain a base point free linear system? If $X$ is not ...
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Computing Ext for toric divisors

Ok, I have an affine (normal) toric variety $X = \text{Spec} k[\sigma]$. Suppose that $F, G$ are two torus invariant Weil divisors on $X$. Is there any relatively straightforward way to compute $$ ...
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Number of $(-1)$ curves on toric surfaces

Hello. My question is: Is it possible that a smooth complete toric surface has infinitely many $(-1)$-curves. I know that there is a blow-up of $\mathbb P^2$ in 9 points containing infintely many ...
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What is the fan of the toric blow-up of $\mathbb{P}^3$ along the union of two intersecting lines?

Is there a good way to find the fan and polytope of the blow-up of $\mathbb{P}^3$ along the union of two invariant intersecting lines? Everything I find in the literature is for blow-ups along smooth ...
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Smooth complete toric surfaces

Hi, I'm trying to find all the smooth complete toric surfaces, following section 2.5 of Fulton's book. There is one exercise given that I'm hung up on, hopefully someone can help me out a bit. ...
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Deformations of Hirzebruch surfaces and toric action

Hi, the Hirzebruch surface $F_n$ admits a deformation for $0\leq m\leq n$ defined by the equation $$ \mathcal{M}=\{ ([x_0:x_1],[y_0:y_1:y_2],t) \in \mathbb{P}^1 \times \mathbb{P}^2 \times ...
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Is there always a toric isomorphism between isomorphic toric varieties?

Suppose two toric varieties are isomorphic as abstract varieties. Does it follow that there exists a toric isomorphism between them? Edit: the comments below lead me to believe that I'm using the ...
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Toric Kahler Manifolds

One definition of Toric Kahler manifolds that I know is the following - $(M,J,\omega)$ is a Kahler manifold of dimension n with an $\textit{effective}$ $\textbf{T}^n$ action which preserves the ...
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Intersection of curves on projective toric surface and some enumerative questions

Reading on the tropical approach to enumerative geometry I have come across the claim: given a projective toric surface from a polygon P, we can consider a tautological bundle of algebraic / ...
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What is known about the Picard scheme of a complete toric variety over C?

Let $X$ be a complete toric variety over a field $k$. Its Picard scheme is defined to be the scheme representing the functor $Pic_{(X/k)(\text{fppf})}$, where $Pic_{X/k}: Sch_k^{op}\to Set$ sends a ...
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On homology of Toric varieties

Lets $X$ be a simply connected projective toric variety of dimension $n$. Lets $\tau_1,\cdots,\tau_k$ be the set of $(n-1)$-dimensional cones of corresponding fan which is in one-to-one ...
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Can cones (toric monoids) be built as colimits of their faces?

Suppose $L$ is a lattice (free abelian group) and $\sigma$ is a (pointed) spanning rational cone in $L\otimes\mathbb Q$. Then $M=L\cap \sigma$ is a monoid with $M^{gp}=L$. A monoid of this form is ...
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Are projective toric varieties, locally complete intersection?

Let $X^n \subset \mathbb{P}^N$ to be a toric projective variety. Is $X$ a local complete intersection? Is being a local complete intersection an intrinsic property, independent of embedding?
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Is an affine “G-variety” with reductive stabilizers a toric variety?

Let $X=Spec(A)$ be a reduced normal affine scheme over an algebraically closed field $k$ of characteristic $0$, with an action of a connected reductive group $G$. Suppose $x\in X$ is a ...
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About a Delzant polytope. (In particular dodecahedron)

Hi. I have a question. Definition. Delzant polytope $P$ is a rational convex simple polytope with the smooth condition. Here, "smooth" means that for each vertex $v$, the $n$ edges containing $v$ ...
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stabilizer of convex cones in a linear space

Let $V$ be a finite dimensional vector space over $\mathbb{R}$, and $C\subset V$ a convex cone of the form $C=\mathbb{R}_{\geq0}v_i$ for finitely many $v_i$'s in $V$. How can one describe the ...
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About toric varieties---properties of stabilizers

Let P be a normal variety over an algebraically closed field k, G a torus over k acting on P, assume that the stabilizer of the generic point of P is reduced (resp. connected or both), is it ture then ...