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### A note on the multiplier ideals of monomial ideals

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

Let $𝔞\subseteq ℂ\left[{x}_{1},...,{x}_{n}\right]$ be a monomial ideal and $𝒥\left({𝔞}^{c}\right)$ the multiplier ideal of $𝔞$ with coefficient $c$. Then $𝒥\left({𝔞}^{c}\right)$ is also a monomial ideal of $ℂ\left[{x}_{1},...,{x}_{n}\right]$, and the equality $𝒥\left({𝔞}^{c}\right)=𝔞$ implies that $0. We mainly discuss the problem when $𝒥\left(𝔞\right)=𝔞$ or $𝒥\left({𝔞}^{n+1-\epsilon }\right)=𝔞$ for all $0<\epsilon <1$. It is proved that if $𝒥\left(𝔞\right)=𝔞$ then $𝔞$ is principal, and if $𝒥\left({𝔞}^{n+1-\epsilon }\right)=𝔞$ holds for all $0<\epsilon <1$ then $𝔞=\left({x}_{1},...,{x}_{n}\right)$. One global result is also obtained. Let $\stackrel{˜}{𝔞}$ be the ideal sheaf on ${ℙ}^{n-1}$ associated with $𝔞$. Then it is proved that the equality $𝒥\left(\stackrel{˜}{𝔞}\right)=\stackrel{˜}{𝔞}$ implies that $\stackrel{˜}{𝔞}$ is principal.

### Jacobian discrepancies and rational singularities

Journal of the European Mathematical Society

Inspired by several works on jet schemes and motivic integration, we consider an extension to singular varieties of the classical definition of discrepancy for morphisms of smooth varieties. The resulting invariant, which we call $\mathrm{𝐽𝑎𝑐𝑜𝑏𝑖𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑖𝑠𝑐𝑟𝑒𝑝𝑎𝑛𝑐𝑦}$, is closely related to the jet schemes and the Nash blow-up of the variety. This notion leads to a framework in which adjunction and inversion of adjunction hold in full generality, and several consequences are drawn from these properties. The main result of the paper...

### Nakamaye’s theorem on log canonical pairs

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We generalize Nakamaye’s description, via intersection theory, of the augmented base locus of a big and nef divisor on a normal pair with log-canonical singularities or, more generally, on a normal variety with non-lc locus of dimension $\le 1$. We also generalize Ein-Lazarsfeld-Mustaţă-Nakamaye-Popa’s description, in terms of valuations, of the subvarieties of the restricted base locus of a big divisor on a normal pair with klt singularities.

### Some applications of the theory of harmonic integrals

Complex Manifolds

In this survey, we present recent techniques on the theory of harmonic integrals to study the cohomology groups of the adjoint bundle with the multiplier ideal sheaf of singular metrics. As an application, we give an analytic version of the injectivity theorem.

### Valuations and asymptotic invariants for sequences of ideals

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We study asymptotic jumping numbers for graded sequences of ideals, and show that every such invariant is computed by a suitable real valuation of the function field. We conjecture that every valuation that computes an asymptotic jumping number is necessarily quasi-monomial. This conjecture holds in dimension two. In general, we reduce it to the case of affine space and to graded sequences of valuation ideals. Along the way, we study the structure of a suitable valuation space.

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