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Quantitative properties of the non-properness set of a polynomial map

Let f be a generically finite polynomial map \(f: \mathbb {C}^n\rightarrow \mathbb {C}^m\) of algebraic degree d. Motivated by the study of the Jacobian Conjecture, we prove that the set \(S_f\) of non-properness of f is covered by parametric curves of degree at most \(d-1\). This bound is best possible. Moreover, we prove that if \(X\subset \mathbb {R}^n\) is a closed algebraic ...

\(f\) -Vectors Implying Vertex Decomposability

We prove that if a pure simplicial complex \(\Delta \) of dimension \(d\) with \(n\) facets has the least possible number of \((d-1)\)-dimensional faces among all complexes with \(n\) faces of dimension \(d\), then it is vertex decomposable. This answers a question of J. Herzog and T. Hibi. In fact, we prove a generalization of their theorem using combinatorial methods.

Coloring Intersection Graphs of Arc-Connected Sets in the Plane

A family of sets in the plane is simple if the intersection of any subfamily is arc-connected, and it is pierced by a line \(L\) if the intersection of any member with \(L\) is a nonempty segment. It is proved that the intersection graphs of simple families of compact arc-connected sets in the plane pierced by a common line have chromatic number bounded by a function of their ...

On the full, strongly exceptional collections on toric varieties with Picard number three

We investigate full strongly exceptional collections on smooth, complete toric varieties. We obtain explicit results for a large family of varieties with Picard number three, containing many of the families already known. We also describe the relations between the collections and the split of the push forward of the trivial line bundle by the toric Frobenius morphism.

Triangle-Free Geometric Intersection Graphs with Large Chromatic Number

Several classical constructions illustrate the fact that the chromatic number of a graph may be arbitrarily large compared to its clique number. However, until very recently no such construction was known for intersection graphs of geometric objects in the plane. We provide a general construction that for any arc-connected compact set \(X\) in \(\mathbb{R }^2\) that is not an ...