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This quantity provides chosen papers caused by the assembly at Sundance on enumerative algebraic geometry. The papers are unique study articles and focus on the underlying geometry of the topic.
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E. w i t h $+d-1 nodes) parametrized by X ¢ p1 To begin with, the s i m u l t a n e o u s n o r m a l i z a t i o n C will consist of t w o disjoint components, the product X 1 ~- C × p1 of the normalization C of C w i t h the parameter c u r v e p 2 and the ruled surface X2 ~ ~-1 swept out b y the lines Lt. On X 1 both the divisor classes D and co are pullbacks f r o m C, and so all pairwise products a r e zero. On X2 the Picard group is generated b y the class of a line L = Lx (that is, a fiber over p1) and the exceptional divisor E, with the divisor D equivalent to L*E and the class of the relative dualizing sheaf co - -L-2E.
5: The first r - 1 of t h e h y p e r s u r f a c e s c u t t i n g o u t C m e e t in CUC °, so t h e r t h m u s t m e e t C' in e x a c t l y t h e (r-3)d - 2g + 2 points of intersection. Thus this n u m b e r m u s t be twice t h e degree of C~. The f o r m u l a s of Proposition 2 2 a n d simple a r i t h m e t i c n o w yield t h e de~sir~l r ~ u l t . Proof of Pro]x~ition 2 6 : First, let D : COC' be t h e c o m p l e t e intersection of quadrics. W r i t e ~C for t h e ideal sheaf of C in p r a n d s i m i l a r l y for C' a n d D.
3: If Cc p5 is a proj~tiv~Iy normal c u r w which is the ~ h e m v theoretic intersection of quadrics, then the homogeneous ideal of C is generated by quadrics. To p r o v e these results we will use t h e residual c u r v e C' to C in t h e complete intersection of r-1 general quadrics containing C. The following result shows us (in a m o r e general setting) w h a t we c a n expect of C'. Its first s t a t e m e n t will b e c o m e r e l e v a n t in section 5. 3. 4: If C c p r is a s m o o t h c u r v e w h i c h is t h e s c h e m e t h e o r e t i c intersection of h v o e r s u r f a c e s of degree 2, t h e n a ~eneral set of r-Z a u a d r i c s containing C m e e t in a s m o o t h surface, a n d a general set of r-1 such quadrics m e e t in a c u r v e of t h e f o r m CUe', w h e r e C' is a s m o o t h ( t x ~ i b l y e m p t y or disconnected) c u r v e m e e t i n g C in o r d i n a r y double points.