Department of Mathematics

Student Algebra Seminar

  •  Stan Halstead
  •  Cycles and the Chow Ring
  •  10/11/2022
  •  4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  •  C517 Wells Hall
  •  Ivan So ()

Intersections between varieties and subschemes can result in structures with many varying dimensions, which naturally leads us to consider something like a homology structure. The non-Hausdorff nature of the Zariski topology limits our ability to utilize algebraic topology, so we must first define cycles, the formal sum of subvarieties, to get something we can work with.

 

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