The Iitaka dimensions of toric vector bundles
Chih-Wei Chang (UT Austin)
Abstract: In this talk, we will start by briefly reviewing the notion of the Iitaka dimension for vector bundles, introduced by E. C. Mistretta and S. Urbinati. Then we will discuss how to compute it in the toric geometry setting by studying the map defined by the global sections of a toric vector bundle. We then demonstrate how to use this to construct some interesting examples.
Audience: researchers in the topic
Stanford algebraic geometry seminar
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