Permutohedral complexes and rational curves with cyclic action
Emily Clader (SFSU)
Abstract: Although the moduli space of genus-zero curves is not toric, it shares an intriguing amount of the combinatorial structure that a toric variety would enjoy. In fact, by adjusting the moduli problem slightly, one finds a moduli space that is indeed toric, known as Losev-Manin space. The associated polytope is the permutohedron, which also encodes the group-theoretic structure of the symmetric group. Batyrev and Blume generalized this story by constructing a type-B version of Losev-Manin space, whose associated polytope is a signed permutohedron that relates to the group of signed permutations. In joint work with C. Damiolini, D. Huang, S. Li, and R. Ramadas, we carry out the next stage of generalization, defining a family of moduli spaces of rational curves with Z_r action encoded by an associated "permutohedral complex" for a more general complex reflection group, which specializes when r=2 to Batyrev and Blume's moduli space.
Audience: researchers in the topic
Comments: The synchronous discussion for Emily Clader’s talk is taking place not in zoom-chat, but at tinyurl.com/2022-01-14-ec (and will be deleted after ~3-7 days).
Stanford algebraic geometry seminar
Series comments: The seminar was online for a significant period of time, but for now is solely in person. More seminar information (including slides and videos, when available): agstanford.com
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