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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 $G$-...

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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 ...

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### relation between toric geometry and log geometry

Hello,
I'm trying to understand the relation between the points of view of
log geometry (monoids) and toric geometry (fans).
Suppose that $k$ is a field and $P$ is a finitely generated monoid.
Then $...

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### Do subsets of generators of a toric ideal generate a toric ideal?

Given a toric ideal, say $J$, in a polynomial ring $k[x_1,...,x_n]$ we can find a finite
generating set for $J$. Is it possible, perhaps under additional assumptions on the structure of $J$, to give ...

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### What are some open problems in toric varieties?

In light of the nice responses to this question, I wonder what are some open problems in
the area of toric geometry? In particular,
What are some open problems relating to the algebraic ...

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### Secondary fans and Stanley Reisner ideals

Consider a collection of points $S \subset \mathbb R^d$. I would like to understand all possible fans $\Sigma$ whose support is the cone over $S$: $|\Sigma| = cone(S)$.
I have heard that the ...

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### Is a (quasi)projective toric variety (Q)Proj of its homogeneous coordinate ring?

This is really two questions. First, consider a normal toric variety $X_\Sigma$. Its homogeneous coordinate ring
$$R=\mathbb C[x_1,...,x_{|\Sigma(1)|}]$$
is graded by $A_{n-1}(X)$. In analogy ...

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### The canonical line bundle of a normal variety

I have heard that the canonical divisor can be defined on a normal variety X since the smooth locus has codimension 2. Then, I have heard as well that for ANY algebraic variety such that the canonical ...

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### When should a moment polytope have “smooth” faces?

A codimension $d$ face of a polytope is called rationally smooth if it lies on only $d$ facets, because this is exactly the condition for the corresponding toric variety to have only orbifold ...

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### Counting/constructing Toric Varieties

Given a torus $T$ is there way to classify all the toric varieties it gives rise to? That is, classify all toric varieties $X$ whose torus is isomorphic to $T$. Is there a way to construct these ...

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### Relationship between topological cohomology and $\ell$-adic cohomology

Let $\Delta \subset \mathbb{R}^n$ be an $n$-dimensional integral polytope, let $f$ be a Laurent polynomial in $n$-variables with coefficients in an extension of the integers and Newton polytope $\...

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### Cox rings of toric varieties over arbitrary fields

The Cox ring of a toric variety X can be viewed as a generalisation of the homogeneous coordinate ring of projective n-space. Over the complex numbers, the theory is outlined in The Homogeneous ...

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### A commutative monoid associated with a finite abelian group

Let $M$ be a finite abelian group, and denote by $e_m$, for $m \in M$, the canonical basis of $\mathbb{Z}^M$. For $m, n \in M$ define elements $v_{m,n} \in \mathbb{Z}^M/\langle e_0\rangle$ as
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v_{m,...

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### Why does the Euler characteristic of a toric variety equal the number of vertices in the defining polytope?

In this link, Corollary 3.2.2, page 59 the author claims that: The Euler characteristic of the toric variety $X_K$ associated to a convex polytope $K$ is the number of vertices of $K$.
I want to see ...

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### Software for computing multi-graded Hilbert series

The ring of invariants $S^T$ of $k[a,b,c,d]$ under the algebraic torus action $T = k^{*}$ with weights (1,1,-1,-1)
is $S = k[ac,ad,bc,bd]$ which has multigraded Hilbert series
$\frac{1 - abcd}{(1-ac)...

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### Moment map for toric actions — online references?

Consider a toric variety, defined as a (normal?) complex projective variety $X$ together with an algebraic action of $(\mathbb C^*)^n$ with finitely many orbits. Now we have two "real symplectic" ...

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### Hamiltonian S^1 actions with isolated fixed points

I have in mind the following question for some time. Is there an example of a compact symplectic manifold with a Hamiltonian S^1 action with isolated fixed points, that does not admit a compatible S^1 ...