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Building on work of Segre and Kollár on cubic hypersurfaces, we construct over imperfect fields of characteristic $p\geq 3$ particular hypersurfaces of degree p, which show that geometrically rational schemes that are regular and whose rational points are Zariski dense are not necessarily unirational. A likewise behavior holds for certain cubic surfaces in characteristic $p=2$.
For a hyper-Kähler manifold deformation equivalent to a generalized Kummer manifold, we prove that the action of the automorphism group on the total Betti cohomology group is faithful. This is a sort of generalization of a work of Beauville and a more recent work of Boissière, Nieper-Wisskirchen, and Sarti, concerning the action of the automorphism group of a generalized Kummer manifold on the second cohomology group.
The alternating group of degree 6 is located at the junction of three series of simple non-commutative groups: simple sporadic groups, alternating groups and simple groups of Lie type. It plays a very special role in the theory of finite groups. We shall study its new roles both in a finite geometry of a certain pentagon in the Leech lattice and also in the complex algebraic geometry of K3 surfaces.
It is well known that the so-called Beauville number B = 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 is a universal bound of the global indices of ℚ–Calabi–Yau 3-folds, but it has been unknown whether this number is best possible or not.
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