## Seminar on Geometric Complex Analysis

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Date, time & place | Monday 10:30 - 12:00 128Room #128 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.) |
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Organizer(s) | Kengo Hirachi, Shigeharu Takayama |

### 2015/06/22

10:30-12:00 Room #126 (Graduate School of Math. Sci. Bldg.)

Amoebas and Horn hypergeometric functions

**Susumu Tanabé**(Université Galatasaray)Amoebas and Horn hypergeometric functions

[ Abstract ]

Since 10 years, the utility of the Horn hypergeometric functions in Algebraic Geometry has been recognized in a small circle of specialists. The main reason for this interest lies in the fact that every period integral of an affine non-degenerate complete intersection variety can be described as a Horn hypergeometric function (HGF). Therefore the monodromy of the middle dimensional homology can be calculated as the monodromy of an Horn HGF’s.

There is a slight difference between the Gel’fand-Kapranov-Zelevinski HGF’s and the Horn HGF’s. The latter may contain so called “persistent polynomial solutions” that cannot be mapped to GKZ HGF’s via a natural isomorphism between two spaces of HGF’s. In this talk, I will review basic facts on the Horn HGF’s. As a main tool to study the topology of the discriminant loci together with the

analytic aspects of the story, amoebas – image by the log map of the discriminant- will be highlighted.

As an application of this theory the following theorem can be established. For a bivariate Horn HGF system, its monodromy invariant space is always one dimensional if and only if its Ore-Sato polygon is either a zonotope or a Minkowski sum of a triangle and some segments.

This is a collaboration with Timur Sadykov.

Since 10 years, the utility of the Horn hypergeometric functions in Algebraic Geometry has been recognized in a small circle of specialists. The main reason for this interest lies in the fact that every period integral of an affine non-degenerate complete intersection variety can be described as a Horn hypergeometric function (HGF). Therefore the monodromy of the middle dimensional homology can be calculated as the monodromy of an Horn HGF’s.

There is a slight difference between the Gel’fand-Kapranov-Zelevinski HGF’s and the Horn HGF’s. The latter may contain so called “persistent polynomial solutions” that cannot be mapped to GKZ HGF’s via a natural isomorphism between two spaces of HGF’s. In this talk, I will review basic facts on the Horn HGF’s. As a main tool to study the topology of the discriminant loci together with the

analytic aspects of the story, amoebas – image by the log map of the discriminant- will be highlighted.

As an application of this theory the following theorem can be established. For a bivariate Horn HGF system, its monodromy invariant space is always one dimensional if and only if its Ore-Sato polygon is either a zonotope or a Minkowski sum of a triangle and some segments.

This is a collaboration with Timur Sadykov.