Monthly Archives: June 2008

Stealing an idea

Ok, I’m stealing this idea from the Secret Blogging Seminar where they created a suggestions page.  So I’m doing that.  Check the pages to the right.

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Quick Question for the readers…

Does anyone have a good, easily available reference for Hitchin systems, in particular ones with marked points? I need to get a feel for them in a hurry…any help at all would be appreciated.

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The Twenty-Seven Lines on the Cubic Surface

Ok, I just came across this proof, and it’s so cool I have to blog about it. This is not related to my ongoing series, nor is this anything to do with the conference I’m at (I won’t be blogging … Continue reading

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Ok, my plans to post regularly seem to have died a horrible, horrible death as I begin studying for orals in earnest and preparing to head to a conference.  Thus, I’m just giving up.  Don’t expect much for the rest … Continue reading

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Riemann-Roch Theorem for Curves

Today we’re going after one of the most famous theorems of algebraic geometry: the Riemann-Roch Theorem. For it, we depart the world of general schemes and return to varieties. And not just any varieties, but nonsingular complete curves.

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