By Carlos Contou-Carrere
The first a part of this ebook introduces the Schubert Cells and forms of the overall linear staff Gl (k^(r+1)) over a box okay in line with Ehresmann geometric approach. gentle resolutions for those types are developed when it comes to Flag Configurations in k^(r+1) given by way of linear graphs referred to as minimum Galleries. within the moment half, Schubert Schemes, the common Schubert Scheme and their Canonical tender answer, when it comes to the occurrence relation in a knockers relative construction are developed for a Reductive crew Scheme as in Grothendieck's SGAIII. it is a subject the place algebra and algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and workforce conception engage in strange and deep ways.
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An = A( M(nβ+1 −nβ )×nβ (k))). 1≤β≤l The order of E allows defining an isomorphism AD An . Let Hβ 1, nβ (resp. (Hβ+1 − Hβ ) 1, nβ+1 − nβ ) be the bijection induced by the order of E. Thus there are a k-vector space isomorphism M(Hβ+1 −Hβ )×Hβ (k) M(nβ+1 −nβ )×nβ (k), and a k-variety isomorphism AD An . Similarly one E obtains an isomorphism: AE A . 1. One has an affine open subset UHβ ⊂ Grass|Hβ | (k E ) and a k1 β l isomorphism 1 β l AE D defined by: UHβ 1 β l (Sβ )1 β l → MD ((Sβ )1 β l) = (MD (Sβ ))1 where MD (Sβ ) = MHβ (Sβ ) (cf.
The k-variety corresponding to Spec k[Xi ]1 i n ), and V (φ−1 H ◦ φH ) : (UH ∩ UH ) × n n V (k ) −→ (UH ∩ UH ) × V (k ) the morphism of k-varieties associated to −1 φ−1 H ◦ φH . From the cocycle condition satisfied by (φH ◦ φH ) we deduce that −1 (V (φH ◦ φH )) also satisfies the cocycle condition, and thus defines a vector fiber bundle on Grassn (k E ) with typical fiber V (k n ) which we denote by V (ξn ) (The associated vector bundle V (ξn ) to ξn ). The fiber bundle Grassm (ξn ) for m n (resp.
44 as well. The following proposition, which we give without proof, explains how Σ(M (β), D) is decomposed in terms of the fibrations (UDβ → UDβ+1 )1 β l . 51 Let M (β) = M (D, Dβ ). Clearly M (1) = M (D, D ). It may be assumed that Σ(M (β), D) ⊂ UDβ , and that Σ(M, D) = Σ(M (1), D) decomposes in a sequence of locally trivial fibrations (Σ(M (β), D) → Σ(M (β + 1), D))1 β l with typical fiber Σ(Mβ , DD∩Hβ ) ⊂ Grassnβ (k nβ+1 ), where Mβ = M (DD∩Hβ , (Hβ ⊂ Hβ+1 )) and DD∩Hβ denotes the flag given by D ∩ Hβ .