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Algebraic geometry
Algebraic geometry is a branch of mathematics, classically studying zeros of polynomial equations. Modern algebraic geometry is based on more abstract techniques of abstract algebra, especially commut...
Algebraic geometry - Wikipedia
Rational mapping
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Algebraic geometry of projective spaces
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Theorems in algebraic geometry
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Algebraic geometers
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Algebraic curve
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Algebraic variety
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Analytic geometry
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Birational geometry
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Cohomology
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Diophantine geometry
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Intersection theory
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Invariant theory
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Localization
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Moduli space
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Noncommutative geometry
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Real algebraic geometry
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Scheme (mathematics)
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Singularity theory
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Structures on manifolds
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Topological methods of algebraic geometry
Universal algebraic geometry - Slideshow
Deligne conjecture - Slideshow
Rational mapping
In mathematics, in particular the subfield of algebraic geometry, a rational map is a kind of partial function between algebraic varieties. This article uses the convention that varieties are irreduc...
Algebraic geometry of projective spaces
Projective space plays a central role in algebraic geometry. The aim of this article is to define the notion in terms of abstract algebraic geometry and to describe some basic uses of projective space...
Algebraic geometry of projective spaces - Wikipedia
Theorems in algebraic geometry
Algebraic geometers
Algebraic geometers - Wikipedia
Algebraic curve
In mathematics, an algebraic curve or plane algebraic curve is the set of points on the Euclidean plane whose coordinates are zeros of some polynomial in two variables.For example, the unit circle is ...
Algebraic curve - Wikipedia
Algebraic variety
In mathematics, algebraic varieties (also called varieties) are one of the central objects of study in algebraic geometry. Classically, an algebraic variety was defined to be the set of solutions of a...
Analytic geometry
In classical mathematics, analytic geometry, also known as coordinate geometry, or Cartesian geometry, is the study of geometry using a coordinate system. This contrasts with synthetic geometry.Analyt...
Analytic geometry - Wikipedia
Birational geometry
In algebraic geometry, the goal of birational geometry is to determine when two algebraic varieties are isomorphic outside lower-dimensional subsets. This amounts to studying mappings that are given b...
Cohomology
In mathematics, specifically in homology theory and algebraic topology, cohomology is a general term for a sequence of abelian groups defined from a co-chain complex. That is, cohomology is defined a...
Diophantine geometry
In mathematics, diophantine geometry is one approach to the theory of Diophantine equations, formulating questions about such equations in terms of algebraic geometry over a ground field K that is not...
Intersection theory
In mathematics, intersection theory is a branch of algebraic geometry, where subvarieties are intersected on an algebraic variety, and of algebraic topology, where intersections are computed within th...
Intersection theory - Wikipedia
Invariant theory
Invariant theory is a branch of abstract algebra dealing with actions of groups on algebraic varieties, such as vector spaces, from the point of view of their effect on functions. Classically, the the...
Localization
Localization or localisation may refer to:
Moduli space
In algebraic geometry, a moduli space is a geometric space (usually a scheme or an algebraic stack) whose points represent algebro-geometric objects of some fixed kind, or isomorphism classes of such...
Moduli space - Wikipedia
Noncommutative geometry
Noncommutative geometry (NCG) is a branch of mathematics concerned with a geometric approach to noncommutative algebras, and with the construction of spaces that are locally presented by noncommutativ...
Real algebraic geometry
In mathematics, real algebraic geometry is the study of real algebraic sets, i.e. real-number solutions to algebraic equations with real-number coefficients, and mappings between them (in particular r...
Scheme (mathematics)
In mathematics, schemes connect the fields of algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and number theory. Schemes were introduced by Alexander Grothendieck in 1960 in his treatise Éléments de géométrie...
Singularity theory
In mathematics, singularity theory studies spaces that are almost manifolds, but not quite. A string can serve as an example of a one-dimensional manifold, if one neglects its thickness. A singularity...
Structures on manifolds
Topological methods of algebraic geometry
Kodaira vanishing theorem
In mathematics, the Kodaira vanishing theorem is a basic result of complex manifold theory and complex algebraic geometry, describing general conditions under which sheaf cohomology groups with indice...
BRST quantization
In theoretical physics, BRST quantization (where the BRST refers to Becchi, Rouet, Stora and Tyutin) denotes a relatively rigorous mathematical approach to quantizing a field theory with a gauge symme...
Spherical variety
Quotient stack
André–Oort conjecture
Scorza variety
Noncommutative algebraic geometry
Noncommutative algebraic geometry is a branch of mathematics, and more specifically a direction in noncommutative geometry that studies the geometric properties of formal duals of non-commutative alge...
Jean-Pierre Serre
Jean-Pierre Serre ([sɛʁ]; born 15 September 1926) is a French mathematician who has made fundamental contributions to algebraic topology, algebraic geometry, and algebraic number theory. He was awarde...
Jean-Pierre Serre - Wikipedia