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Category Archives: Algebraic Geometry
A Pretty Lemma About Prime Ideals and Products of Ideals
I was trying to prove a theorem in algebraic geometry which basically held if and only if this lemma held. Here’s the lemma: Lemma: Given any ring $A$, a prime ideal $ \mathfrak{p} \subset A$, and a finite collection of ideals … Continue reading
Donaldson Turns 60
“Donaldson has opened up an entirely new area; unexpected and mysterious phenomena about the geometry of 4dimensions have been discovered. Moreover, the methods are new and extremely subtle, using difficult nonlinear partial differential equations. On the other hand, this theory … Continue reading
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The “Idea” of a Scheme
The mathematical concept of a “scheme” seems to pop up everywhere, but it’s hard to get a good grasp on what a scheme actually is. Any time you might ask someone what a scheme is in passing, there never seems … Continue reading