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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
An Introduction to Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Groups.
Oxford : OUP Oxford, ©2003
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (320 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; 1 Algebraic sets and algebraic groups; 1.1 The Zariski topology on affine space; 1.2 Groebner bases and the Hilbert polynomial; 1.3 Regular maps, direct products, and algebraic groups; 1.4 The tangent space and non-singular points; 1.5 The Lie algebra of a linear algebraic group; 1.6 Groups with a split BN-pair; 1.7 BN-pairs in symplectic and orthogonal groups; 1.8 Bibliographic remarks and exercises; 2 Affine varieties and finite morphisms; 2.1 Hilbert's nullstellensatz and abstract affine varieties; 2.2 Finite morphisms and Chevalley's theorem. 2.3 Birational equivalences and normal varieties2.4 Linearization and generation of algebraic groups; 2.5 Group actions on affine varieties; 2.6 The unipotent variety of the special linear groups; 2.7 Bibliographic remarks and exercises; 3 Algebraic representations and Borel subgroups; 3.1 Algebraic representations, solvable groups, and tori; 3.2 The main theorem of elimination theory; 3.3 Grassmannian varieties and flag varieties; 3.4 Parabolic subgroups and Borel subgroups; 3.5 On the structure of Borel subgroups; 3.6 Bibliographic remarks and exercises. 4 Frobenius maps and finite groups of Lie type4.1 Frobenius maps and rational structures; 4.2 Frobenius maps and BN-pairs; 4.3 Further applications of the Lang-Steinberg theorem; 4.4 Counting points on varieties over finite fields; 4.5 The virtual characters of Deligne and Lusztig; 4.6 An example: the characters of the Suzuki groups; 4.7 Bibliographic remarks and exercises; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Z.|
|Series Title:||Oxford graduate texts in mathematics.|