By Parshin, Shafarevich
The purpose of this survey, written by way of V.A. Iskovskikh and Yu.G. Prokhorov, is to supply an exposition of the constitution idea of Fano forms, i.e. algebraic vareties with an considerable anticanonical divisor. Such types obviously look within the birational class of sorts of detrimental Kodaira measurement, and they're very on the subject of rational ones. This EMS quantity covers various methods to the class of Fano types resembling the classical Fano-Iskovskikh ''double projection'' process and its variations, the vector bundles technique as a result of S. Mukai, and the strategy of extremal rays. The authors speak about uniruledness and rational connectedness in addition to fresh development in rationality difficulties of Fano forms. The appendix comprises tables of a few sessions of Fano forms. This booklet can be very helpful as a reference and examine advisor for researchers and graduate scholars in algebraic geometry.
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For convenience we shall make a list of these groups (G, O), whose reductions (G, O) are listed in (7): Type O : G = SO(m), m > 3, (22) G = Spin(7), Type I : G = Sp(2) x S p ( l ) , G = Spin(9), Type II : G = Sp(l) x Sp(m) xSp(l), O = 2pm O = 2A ? e. 3 Let (G, O j + O2) be one of the linear groups in (22), with reduction (G, Oj + 0 2 ) given by the corresponding group in (7). Write dim Oj = qj +1, M = S^l x S^2 and let (G, M) be the reduction of (G, M). Then M = F(H, M) = Sj x S 2 is a torus, where Sj = F(H, S q i) is a circle with the orthogonal action of G via O j , and G acts diagonally on M.
Milnor [M2]. 2. 4, each twist number ke 7Z. can be realized by a suitable torus automorphism. So, L ^ is some lens space L(p, q) and, in fact, all the different Gmanifolds L^ are achieved by choosing the automorphisms in (15). The following notation for these G-manifolds is adopted, and their topological type is indicated : (17) (p = (oc 0 ) k L(p=L(k0)-L(k+l,l) (p = ( a 1 ) k L 9 = L ( k 1} - L(2k+1, k) - L(2k+1, 2)
To simplify the notation we shall indicate the "diagrammatic" construction of L^ in (8) by writing (18) L (P = [ (S 1 D 2 ) ( P - ^ (D 1 S 2 ) ] • 9 ^ DiffV(S 1 xS 2 ) where (SjD:) represents the product Sj x D:, whose order of factors will be important. By flipping the factors in one or both products in (8), and simultaneously replacing (p by a LOW COHOMOGENEITY ACTIONS 43 composition with the "flipping" automorphism S | x S2 —> S2 x S j , we shall construct a chain of G-equivalences between spaces, using the corresponding notation (18) at each step.