By Jerzy Weyman
The primary subject matter of this booklet is an in depth exposition of the geometric means of calculating syzygies. whereas this can be a big instrument in algebraic geometry, Jerzy Weyman has elected to put in writing from the viewpoint of commutative algebra for you to keep away from being tied to important circumstances from geometry. No past wisdom of illustration concept is believed. Chapters on a number of purposes are integrated, and diverse workouts will provide the reader perception into how you can observe this significant technique.
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One starts with the R-module generators u 0 = x, u 1 , . . , u s of Hom R (J, J ). Since Hom R (J, J ) is an algebra, we have the quadratic relations ui u j = x x s i, j ak k=0 uk . x We also have the linear relations between u 0 , . . , u s . Let us assume that the j relations sk=0 bk u k ( j = 1, . . , m) are the generators of the ﬁrst syzygies between u 0 , . . , u s . We deﬁne an epimorphism of commutative R-algebras θ : R[T1 , . . , Ts ] → Hom R (J, J ). 16) Proposition ([DGJP]). The kernel of the homomorphism θ is genj erated by the linear relations sk=1 bk T j ( j = 1, .
Let r ( j,1) r ( j,n) . . en , where of course us choose the tensors U j ∈ Dλ j −µ j , U j = e1 r ( j, 1) + . . + r ( j, n) = λ j − µ j . Then the image ψλ/µ (U1 ⊗ . . ⊗ Us ) will be denoted by a tableau T of shape λ/µ which in the j-th row has r ( j, 1) 1’s, r ( j, 2) 2’s, . . , r ( j, n) n’s. The order of these elements will not matter, because we will assume each tableau to be symmetric in the symbols in every row. We will identify the tableau T with the tensor ψλ/µ (U1 ⊗ . . ⊗ Us ). 14) Example.
En , where of course us choose the tensors U j ∈ Dλ j −µ j , U j = e1 r ( j, 1) + . . + r ( j, n) = λ j − µ j . Then the image ψλ/µ (U1 ⊗ . . ⊗ Us ) will be denoted by a tableau T of shape λ/µ which in the j-th row has r ( j, 1) 1’s, r ( j, 2) 2’s, . . , r ( j, n) n’s. The order of these elements will not matter, because we will assume each tableau to be symmetric in the symbols in every row. We will identify the tableau T with the tensor ψλ/µ (U1 ⊗ . . ⊗ Us ). 14) Example. Take λ = (3, 2), µ = ∅.
Cohomology of vector bundles and syzygies by Jerzy Weyman