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For a field
, we prove that the
th homology of the groups
with coefficients in their Steinberg representations vanish for
We show that the anti-canonical volume of an
-Fano variety is bounded from above by certain invariants of the local singularities, namely
for ideals and the normalized volume function for real valuations. This refines a recent result by Fujita. As an application, we get sharp volume upper bounds for Kähler–Einstein Fano varieties with quotient singularities. Based on very recent results by Li and the author, we show that a Fano manifold is K-semistable if and only if a de Fernex–Ein–Mustaţă type inequality holds on its affine cone.
In this article, we give an analytic construction of ALF hyperkähler metrics on smooth deformations of the Kleinian singularity
the binary dihedral group of order
. More precisely, we start from the ALE hyperkähler metrics constructed on these spaces by Kronheimer, and use analytic methods, e.g. resolution of a Monge–Ampère equation, to produce ALF hyperkähler metrics with the same associated Kähler classes.
be a homology sphere which contains an incompressible torus. We show that
cannot be an
-space, i.e. the rank of
is greater than
. In fact, if the homology sphere
is an irreducible
, the Poincaré sphere
This paper studies the combinatorics of lattice congruences of the weak order on a finite Weyl group
, using representation theory of the corresponding preprojective algebra
. Natural bijections are constructed between important objects including join-irreducible congruences, join-irreducible (respectively, meet-irreducible) elements of
-rigid) modules and layers of
. The lattice-theoretically natural labelling of the Hasse quiver by join-irreducible elements of
is shown to coincide with the algebraically natural labelling by layers of
. We show that layers of
are nothing but bricks (or equivalently stones, or 2-spherical modules). The forcing order on join-irreducible elements of
(arising from the study of lattice congruences) is described algebraically in terms of the doubleton extension order. We give a combinatorial description of indecomposable
-rigid modules for type
In order to study
-adic étale cohomology of an open subvariety
of a smooth proper variety
over a perfect field of characteristic
, we introduce new
-primary torsion sheaves. It is a modification of the logarithmic de Rham–Witt sheaves of
depending on effective divisors
. Then we establish a perfect duality between cohomology groups of the logarithmic de Rham–Witt cohomology of
and an inverse limit of those of the mentioned modified sheaves. Over a finite field, the duality can be used to study wildly ramified class field theory for the open subvariety