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開催情報 火曜日 10:30~11:30 or 12:00 数理科学研究科棟(駒場) ハイブリッド開催/002号室
担当者 權業 善範・中村 勇哉・田中公

2009年06月23日(火)

16:30-18:00   数理科学研究科棟(駒場) 126号室
岸本崇氏 氏 (埼玉大学理工学研究科)
Group actions on affine cones
[ 講演概要 ]
The action of the additive group scheme C_+ on normal affine varieties is one of main subjects in affine algebraic geometry for a long time. In this talk, we shall mainly consider the problem about the existence of C_+-actions on affine cones, more precisely, the question:

"Determine the affine cones over smooth projective varieties admitting a (non-trivial) C_+-action ".

This question has an interest from a point of view of singularities. Indeed, a normal Cohen-Macaulay affine variety admitting an action by C_+ has at most rational singularities due to the result of H. Flenner and M. Zaidenberg. In the case of dimension 2, any affine cone over the projective line P^1 has a cyclic quotient singularity, and we can see that it admits, in fact, a C_+-action. Meanwhile, in case of dimension 3, i.e., affine cones over rational surfaces, the situation becomes more subtle.

One of the main results is concerned with a criterion for the existence of a C_+-action on affine cones (of any dimension) in terms of a cylinderlike open subset on the base variety. By making use of it, it is shown that, for any rational surface Y, we can take a suitable embedding of Y in such a way that the associated affine cone admits an action of C_+. Furthermore we are able to confirm that an affine cone over an anticanonically embedded del Pezzo surface of degree greater than or equal to 4 also admits such an action.

Nevertheless, our final purpose to decide whether or not there does exist a C_+-action on the fermat cubic: x^3+y^3+z^3+u^3 =0 in C^4, which is the affine cone over an anticanonically embedded cubic surface, say Y_3, is not yet accomplished. But, we can obtain certain informations about a linear pencil of rational curves on Y_3 arising from a C_+-action which seem to be useful in order to deny an existence of an action of C_+.