2 edition of Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity of plane curves and a conjecture of K. Pardue found in the catalog.
Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity of plane curves and a conjecture of K. Pardue
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Toronto, 1998.
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Hilbert-Kunz Multiplicity of Plane Curves and a Conjecture of K. Pardue Ph.D. () Qun Chen Department of Mathematics University of Toronto In this thesis I study problems related to the Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity of projective varieties, in particular projective plane curves.
For a homogeneous form f E S = k Author: Qun Chen. Hilbert–Kunz Multiplicity and an Inequality between Multiplicity and Colength Article in Journal of Algebra (1) August with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
A Direct Limit for Limit Hilbert-Kunz Multiplicity for Smooth Projective Curves Article in Journal of Algebra April with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Limit Hilbert-Kunz Multiplicities. Claudia Miller*, University of Toronto Anurag K Singh, University of Utah () Sunday January 6,a.m a.m.
AMS Special Session on Computability Theory with Applications, I Organizers: Douglas Cenzer, University of Florida [email protected] vanishing, singularities and effective bounds via prime characteristic local algebra_专业资料 12人阅读|2次下载. vanishing, singularities and effective bounds via prime characteristic local algebra_专业资料。.
Six Lectures on Commutative Algebra J. Elias J.M. Giral R.M. Miró-Roig S. Zarzuela Editors On the other hand, Gasharov and Peeva  introduce a series of graded rings of embedding dimension 4 and multiplicity 8, setting % R = k[s1, s2, s3, s4 ] as1 s3 + s2 s3, s1 s4 + s2 s4, s3 s4, s21, s22, s23, s24 for some non-zero element a.