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Of degree Yo J O. and where q (hence If ~ ~ Kq, ~Kq = Ko[Yo,I/Yo]. is a direct sum and hence a graded ring. Let Yo H' be the integral closure of is transcendental over Ko, R in K. it follows that is a graded ring and ~e can write Rt = ~R" Since RI c where q_>O q IR' q is a direct sum. Rz I + ... + Rz h R' q RT zi is a finite-dimensional vector space over a point U in ordinates of Let A/k and consider Sm. U. and V' A'/k L = k(A) = k(A t). Let A' We say exists a wluation R' = R ' ~ and Hence Kq DI and q are homogeneous.
Cycles are not uniformizing coordinates of ~ . , r. , r a~ Denote the right-h~d side of (*) by s(t--). si o sd'-i). Hence each Ai Z o "• , 0 CJ . Let C~ ~ I--1, . . , ~tl--i" (*) l--h~ , We have sho~n ~ t (A•247 k, -~0, and . Trace of a differential. ), ... varies in a finite-dimensional vector space over h e n c e so does w at A i, namely vp(A i)- a ~ let ~ I' "" 9r be a subvariety of V; ~ = k(V). Let ~ at W; then ~ Y and let ~ = ~w(V/k), ~ = ~w(V/k), be the set of all derivations which are regular is an ~-module.
Prop. ~r) ~ ~"W" a( ) Proof: Assume the ~i ~(~) 3(El and (b)implies = I, are uniformizing coordinates. ~(~) ~(~) Then ~. Hence ac ) is a unit in ~ . , r, AijE K. , z m] contained in field). k(~) = k(g) We call ~ on V (hence R 9 d i m W = r-l). such that W V a . , Zm) a (~) AijE~. c 8 ~ since R = k~Va], be t h e i n t e g r a l c l o s u r e of be the locus of variety, and Di ~ K/k Va holds. the determinant is be the center of ~ Choose an affine representative re~esentative D i ~ j = 5ij o Hence we can find such This proves (a) of Def.
An Introduction to the Theory of Algebraic Surfaces by Oscar Zariski