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AuthorUrabe, Tohsuke. author
TitleDynkin Graphs and Quadrilateral Singularities [electronic resource] / by Tohsuke Urabe
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1993
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BFb0084369
Descript CCXLVIII, 242 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The study of hypersurface quadrilateral singularities can be reduced to the study of elliptic K3 surfaces with a singular fiber of type I * 0 (superscript *, subscript 0), and therefore these notes consider, besides the topics of the title, such K3 surfaces too. The combinations of rational double points that can occur on fibers in the semi-universal deformations of quadrilateral singularities are examined, to show that the possible combinations can be described by a certain law from the viewpoint of Dynkin graphs. This is equivalent to saying that the possible combinations of singular fibers in elliptic K3 surfaces with a singular fiber of type I * 0 (superscript *, subscript 0) can be described by a certain law using classical Dynkin graphs appearing in the theory of semi-simple Lie groups. Further, a similar description for thecombination of singularities on plane sextic curves is given. Standard knowledge of algebraic geometry at the level of graduate students is expected. A new method based on graphs will attract attention of researches


CONTENT

Quadrilateral singularities and elliptic K3 surfaces -- Theorems with the Ik-conditions for J 3,0, Z 1,0 and Q 2,0 -- Obstruction components -- Concept of co-root modules


Mathematics Algebraic geometry Mathematical analysis Analysis (Mathematics) Graph theory Mathematics Graph Theory Algebraic Geometry Analysis



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