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seen | Jun 23 '13 at 20:35 | |
stats | profile views | 98 |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 22 |
comment |
deformation of curves with three nodes
Thank you very much. May I ask for some more detail explanation of it? |
Jun 22 |
asked | deformation of curves with three nodes |
Jun 12 |
comment |
inverse image in the blowup
Thank you very much. If I understand correctly, everything should work in a nice way if $Z_1$ and $Z_2$ are both integral. Am I right? |
Jun 12 |
asked | inverse image in the blowup |
Jun 2 |
comment |
Is the branching locus of the double cover of surfaces always one dimensional?
Thank you all for useful comments! |
Jun 2 |
accepted | Is the branching locus of the double cover of surfaces always one dimensional? |
Jun 1 |
asked | Is the branching locus of the double cover of surfaces always one dimensional? |
Apr 24 |
accepted | line bundle on a nodal curve coming degeneration of smooth ones |
Apr 23 |
comment |
line bundle on a nodal curve coming degeneration of smooth ones
Thanks! I've just updated it. Sorry for my careless... |
Apr 23 |
revised |
line bundle on a nodal curve coming degeneration of smooth ones
added 33 characters in body |
Apr 23 |
asked | line bundle on a nodal curve coming degeneration of smooth ones |
Apr 18 |
comment |
hyperelliptic stable genus four curve
Yeah, this is what I did for a couple of cases. And that's how I made such an expectation. |
Apr 17 |
comment |
hyperelliptic stable genus four curve
In fact, on any smooth genus four curve, a degree three line bundle has at most two linearly independent global sections. So $h^0=2$ and $ h^0\geq 2$ make no difference. |
Apr 16 |
asked | hyperelliptic stable genus four curve |
Apr 10 |
asked | maximal separated quotient scheme |
Apr 1 |
awarded | Scholar |
Apr 1 |
accepted | normal bundle of hyperelliptic locus |
Apr 1 |
comment |
normal bundle of hyperelliptic locus
For smooth curves, this is not hard. What's tricky is the singular part... |
Apr 1 |
asked | normal bundle of hyperelliptic locus |