Wall-crossing phenomena for Newton-Okounkov bodies
Laura Escobar (Washington University St. Louis)
Abstract: A Newton-Okounkov body is a convex set associated to a projective variety, equipped with a valuation. These bodies generalize the theory of Newton polytopes. Work of Kaveh-Manon gives an explicit link between tropical geometry and Newton-Okounkov bodies. We use this link to describe a wall-crossing phenomenon for Newton-Okounkov bodies. This is joint work with Megumi Harada.
Audience: researchers in the topic
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