2 edition of Absolute Anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves found in the catalog.
Absolute Anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves
|Statement||by Shinichi Mochizuki.|
|Series||RIMS -- 1490|
|Contributions||Kyōto Daigaku. Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo.|
|LC Classifications||MLCSJ 2008/00043 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||2008554196|
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ABSOLUTE ANABELIAN CUSPIDALIZATIONS OF PROPER HYPERBOLIC CURVES Shinichi Mochizuki June In this paper, we develop the theory of “cuspidalizations” of the ´etale fundamental group of a proper hyperbolic curve over a ﬁnite or nonarchimedean.
Absolute Anabelian Cuspidalizations of Proper Hyperbolic Curves 5 S → S is independent of the choice of (Y,D), since (by the normality of S), S may be constructed as the normalization of S in the function ﬁeld of S (which is independent of the choice of (Y,D) since the restriction of (Y,D)tothegeneric point of S has already been shown to be unique).
Thus, the uniqueness. Absolute anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves Article in Journal of Mathematics- Kyoto University 47(3) · January with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Shinichi Mochizuki.
Absolute anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves by Shinichi Mochizuki (Book) 3 editions published in in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. More recently, Mochizuki introduced and developed a so called mono-anabelian geometry which restores, for a certain class of hyperbolic curves over number fields, the curve from its algebraic fundamental group.
Key results of mono-anabelian geometry were published in Mochizuki's "Topics in Absolute Anabelian Geometry.". , Absolute anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves, J. Math. Kyoto Univ. 47 (), no.
3, Algebraic geometry, Graduate Texts in Mathematics Jan Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume ) Sh.: Absolute anabelian cuspidalizations of proper hyperbolic curves. Math. Kyoto Univ. 47, – () MathSciNet zbMATH Google Scholar.
Stix J. () Cycle Classes in Anabelian Geometry. In: Rational Points and Arithmetic of Fundamental Groups. Lecture Author: Jakob Stix. Abstract. We introduce and discuss the notion of monodromically full points of configuration spaces of hyperbolic curves.
This notion leads to complements to M. Matsumoto’s result concerning the difference between the kernels of the natural homomorphisms associated to a hyperbolic curve and its point from the Galois group to the automorphism and outer automorphism groups of the geometric Cited by: 7.
INTRODUCTION TO BIRATIONAL ANABELIAN GEOMETRY 19 With these results at hand, Grothendieck  conjectured that there is a certain class of anabelian varieties, deﬁned over a ﬁeld k (which is ﬁnitely generated over its prime ﬁeld), which are characterized by their fundamental groups.
In the paper Curves and their Fundamental Groups written by Gerd Faltings, Mochizuki's proof of Grothendick's conjecture on anabelian curves is explained.
In the proof, he shows that for two savilerowandco.comaic-geometry arithmetic-geometry algebraic-curves fundamental-group anabelian-geometry. Anabelian Phenomena in Geometry and Arithmetic Florian Pop, University of Pennsylvania PART I: Introduction and motivation The term “anabelian” was invented by Grothendieck, and a possible transla-tion of it might be “beyond Abelian”.
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McCarthy † Washington University St. Louis, Missouri November 7, Abstract A hyperbolic algebraic curve is a bounded subset of an algebraic set. We study the function theory and functional analytic aspects of these sets. cuspidalization problem for hyperbolic curves 3 that induces by restricting 2 to the inverse images (via the vertical arrows) of D x and D y.
In particular, if x0(resp., y0) is a K-rational point of X(resp., an L-rational point of Y), and we assume that the decomposition groups of x0, y0correspond via.
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Hyperbolic Geometry 1 Hyperbolic Geometry Johann Bolyai Karl Gauss Nicolai Lobachevsky – – – Note. Since the ﬁrst 28 postulates of Euclid’s Elements do not use the Parallel Postulate, then these results will also be valid in our ﬁrst example.
Dimension 1. Hyperbolic curves over number fields are anabelian (Mochizuki) Most of the focus on anabelian geometry these days seems to be on the section conjecture, the birational program But the main purpose of Grothendieck's program was to classify all anabelian varieties in.
Finally, we apply this result to obtain results concerning certain cuspidalization problems for fundamental groups of (not necessarily proper) hyperbolic curves over finite fields.
Comments: 44 pages, to appear in Kyoto Journal of Mathematics. In W.K. Clifford used the hyperbolic angle to parametrize a unit hyperbola, describing it as "quasi-harmonic motion". In Alexander Macfarlane circulated his essay "The Imaginary of Algebra", which used hyperbolic angles to generate hyperbolic versors, in his book Papers on Space Analysis.
The natural notion to use is Geodesic curvature which makes sense for curves on any Riemannian manifolds. The name comes from the fact that geodesics have zero curvature. For example, on the hyperbolic plane with Gaussian curvature $-1$, horocycles have geodesic curvature $1$.
This paper concerns correspondences on hyperbolic curves, which are analogous to isogenies of abelian varieties.
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n. Any of a set of six functions related, for a real or complex variable x, to the hyperbola in a manner analogous to the relationship of the trigonometric.The basic setting of his anabelian geometry is that of the algebraic fundamental group of an algebraic variety (which is a basic concept in Algebraic Geometry), and also possibly a more generally defined, but related, geometric object.