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A note on product structures on Hochschild homology of schemes

Abhishek Banerjee (2011)

Colloquium Mathematicae

We extend the definition of Hochschild and cyclic homologies of a scheme over a commutative ring k to define the Hochschild homologies HH⁎(X/S) and cyclic homologies HC⁎(X/S) of a scheme X with respect to an arbitrary base scheme S. Our main purpose is to study product structures on the Hochschild homology groups HH⁎(X/S). In particular, we show that H H ( X / S ) = n H H ( X / S ) carries the structure of a graded algebra.

A support theorem for Hilbert schemes of planar curves

Luca Migliorini, Vivek Shende (2013)

Journal of the European Mathematical Society

Consider a family of integral complex locally planar curves whose relative Hilbert scheme of points is smooth. The decomposition theorem of Beilinson, Bernstein, and Deligne asserts that the pushforward of the constant sheaf on the relative Hilbert scheme splits as a direct sum of shifted semisimple perverse sheaves. We will show that no summand is supported in positive codimension. It follows that the perverse filtration on the cohomology of the compactified Jacobian of an integral plane curve...

Algebraic cobordism of bundles on varieties

Y.-P. Lee, Rahul Pandharipande (2012)

Journal of the European Mathematical Society

The double point relation defines a natural theory of algebraic cobordism for bundles on varieties. We construct a simple basis (over ) of the corresponding cobordism groups over Spec( ) for all dimensions of varieties and ranks of bundles. The basis consists of split bundles over products of projective spaces. Moreover, we prove the full theory for bundles on varieties is an extension of scalars of standard algebraic cobordism.

Algebraic equivalence of real algebraic cycles

Miguel Abánades, Wojciech Kucharz (1999)

Annales de l'institut Fourier

Given a compact nonsingular real algebraic variety we study the algebraic cohomology classes given by algebraic cycles algebraically equivalent to zero.

Algebraically constructible chains

Hélène Pennaneac'h (2001)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We construct for a real algebraic variety (or more generally for a scheme essentially of finite type over a field of characteristic 0 ) complexes of algebraically and k - algebraically constructible chains. We study their functoriality and compute their homologies for affine and projective spaces. Then we show that the lagrangian algebraically constructible cycles of the cotangent bundle are exactly the characteristic cycles of the algebraically constructible functions.

Asymptotic purity for very general hypersurfaces of ℙn × ℙn of bidegree (k, k)

Michael Burr (2012)

Open Mathematics

For a complex irreducible projective variety, the volume function and the higher asymptotic cohomological functions have proven to be useful in understanding the positivity of divisors as well as other geometric properties of the variety. In this paper, we study the vanishing properties of these functions on hypersurfaces of ℙn × ℙn. In particular, we show that very general hypersurfaces of bidegree (k, k) obey a very strong vanishing property, which we define as asymptotic purity: at most one asymptotic...

Bivariant Chern classes for morphisms with nonsingular target varieties

Shoji Yokura (2005)

Open Mathematics

W. Fulton and R. MacPherson posed the problem of unique existence of a bivariant Chern class-a Grothendieck transformation from the bivariant theory F of constructible functions to the bivariant homology theory H. J.-P. Brasselet proved the existence of a bivariant Chern class in the category of embeddable analytic varieties with cellular morphisms. In general however, the problem of uniqueness is still unresolved. In this paper we show that for morphisms having nonsingular target varieties there...

Decomposition numbers for perverse sheaves

Daniel Juteau (2009)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

The purpose of this article is to set foundations for decomposition numbers of perverse sheaves, to give some methods to calculate them in simple cases, and to compute them concretely in two situations: for a simple (Kleinian) surface singularity, and for the closure of the minimal non-trivial nilpotent orbit in a simple Lie algebra.This work has applications to modular representation theory, for Weyl groups using the nilpotent cone of the corresponding semisimple Lie algebra, and for reductive...

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