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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
Thank you!! Also, could you tell me whether an electronic version of [2] exists?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
Thank you!! Yet, do there exist weighted projective spaces that are (set-theoretic) l.c.i. but not smooth?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
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Which weighted projective spaces (and their finite quotients) are local complete intersections?
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“Interesting” projective varieties being quotients of $\mathbb{A}^n\setminus \{0\}$ by an action of an algebraic group?
No, "small" means "of small dimension" (and I am thinking what does the latter "small" means).
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“Interesting” projective varieties being quotients of $\mathbb{A}^n\setminus \{0\}$ by an action of an algebraic group?
Thank you!! Funnily enough, just before reading your comment I was wondering whether $A$ is small enough in this example.:)
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“Interesting” projective varieties being quotients of $\mathbb{A}^n\setminus \{0\}$ by an action of an algebraic group?
Thank you!! I really know very little on this subject; so any references and key words may help.
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“Interesting” projective varieties being quotients of $\mathbb{A}^n\setminus \{0\}$ by an action of an algebraic group?
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Smash product of spheres in $\mathbf{SH}$ and product in cohomology
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Smash product of spheres in $\mathbf{SH}$ and product in cohomology
Sorry; I was thinking about the diagram $T\wedge T\to T\wedge T$. That was stupid of me!
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Smash product of spheres in $\mathbf{SH}$ and product in cohomology
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Motivic cohomology and pushforward maps
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Do there exist “topologically significant” (and not “algebraic”) triangulated categories killed by the multiplication by $p$?
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Do there exist “topologically significant” (and not “algebraic”) triangulated categories killed by the multiplication by $p$?
Though I am somewhat disappointed by not obtaining an example I want, I am certainly deeply grateful for your answer!
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