Capítols de llibrehttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/1822542021-10-18T21:15:40Z2021-10-18T21:15:40ZLyubeznik numbers of local rings and linear strands of graded idealsÁlvarez Montaner, Josephttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/3417502021-03-16T10:50:25Z2021-03-16T10:43:21ZLyubeznik numbers of local rings and linear strands of graded ideals
Álvarez Montaner, Josep
We report recent work on the study of Lyubeznik numbers and their relation to invariants coming from the study of linear strands of free resolutions
2021-03-16T10:43:21ZÁlvarez Montaner, JosepWe report recent work on the study of Lyubeznik numbers and their relation to invariants coming from the study of linear strands of free resolutionsSome properties of multisymplectic manifoldsRomán Roy, Narcisohttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/1822532020-07-23T20:33:39Z2020-03-30T11:58:24ZSome properties of multisymplectic manifolds
Román Roy, Narciso
This lecture is devoted to review some of the main properties of multisymplectic geometry. In particular, after reminding the standard definition of multisymplectic manifold, we introduce its characteristic submanifolds, the canonical models, and other relevant kinds of multisymplectic manifolds, such as those where the existence of Darboux-type coordinates is assured. The Hamiltonian structures that can be defined in these manifolds are also studied, as well as other important properties, such as their invariant forms and the characterization by automorphisms.
2020-03-30T11:58:24ZRomán Roy, NarcisoThis lecture is devoted to review some of the main properties of multisymplectic geometry. In particular, after reminding the standard definition of multisymplectic manifold, we introduce its characteristic submanifolds, the canonical models, and other relevant kinds of multisymplectic manifolds, such as those where the existence of Darboux-type coordinates is assured. The Hamiltonian structures that can be defined in these manifolds are also studied, as well as other important properties, such as their invariant forms and the characterization by automorphisms.