By David Eisenbud
Grothendieck’s appealing thought of schemes permeates smooth algebraic geometry and underlies its purposes to quantity thought, physics, and utilized arithmetic. this straightforward account of that conception emphasizes and explains the common geometric thoughts at the back of the definitions. within the publication, thoughts are illustrated with basic examples, and specific calculations convey how the buildings of scheme thought are conducted in practice.
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This is the belief: believe we're given schemes X, Y ⊂ Pn , of natural codimensions ok and l, intersecting in a scheme okay of codimension okay + l. We first decrease to the case the place the scheme Y is a linear subspace of projective house, as follows: pick out complementary n-dimensional linear subspaces Λ1, Λ2 ⊂ P2n+1, and an isomorphism of ok PnK with each one. (Concretely, we will label the homogeneous coordinates of P2n+1 as x ok zero, . . . , xn, y0, . . . , yn and take the linear areas to accept via x0 = . . . = xn = zero and y0 = . . . = yn = zero. ) Write X and Y for the pictures of X and Y ⊂ Pn below those embeddings. enable J ⊂ P2n+1 ok ok be the subscheme outlined through the equations of X, written within the variables xi, including the equations of Y , written within the variables yi — in different phrases, the intersection of the cone over X with vertex Λ2 with the cone over Y with vertex Λ1. J is named the subscribe to of X and Y ; set theoretically, it is the union of the strains becoming a member of issues of X to issues of Y . permit ∆ ⊂ P2n+1 okay be the subscheme outlined by means of the equations x0 − y0 = . . . = xn − yn = zero. It is obvious that the scheme X ∩ Y is isomorphic to the scheme J ∩ ∆, and we will outline the multiplicity of intersection of X and Y alongside an irreducible part Z ⊂ X ∩ Y to be the intersection multiplicity of J and ∆ alongside the corresponding element of J ∩ ∆. now we have hence lowered the matter 148 III. Projective Schemes of defining the multiplicity of intersection of X and Y alongside an irreducible part Z ⊂ X ∩ Y to the case the place Y is a linear area. we are going to deal with this situation, as prompt via the instance above, by way of writing Y as an intersection of hyperplanes H1 ∩ . . . ∩ Hl and intersecting X with the hello one by one. After each one step we discard the embedded elements of the intersection. after all we arrive at a scheme W inside the real intersection X ∩ Y , which has measure pleasing Bézout’s theorem: deg(W ) = deg(X) deg(Y ). to narrate this to the classical language, for every irreducible part Z of the intersection X ∩ Y , we outline the inter- part multiplicity of X and Y alongside Z, denoted µZ(X · Y ), to be the size of the neighborhood ring of W on the time-honored aspect of W akin to the part Z. we now have then: Theorem III-80 (Bézout’s Theorem with multiplicities). allow X and Y ⊂ Pn be schemes of natural codimensions ok and l in Pn . If the intersection X∩Y okay okay has codimension ok + l, then deg(X ∩ Y ) = µZ(X · Y ) deg Zred. Z There are different techniques to the definition of the multiplicity µZ (X ·Y ) of intersection of 2 schemes X and Y ⊂ PnK alongside an element Z ⊂ X ∩ Y ; the classical literature is filled with makes an attempt at definitions, and there's additionally a contemporary method related to the sheaves Tor(OX , OY ). every one of these techniques will paintings besides to outline intersection multiplicities of any subschemes X, Y of a nonsingular subscheme, so long as the intersection is right. past this, there's a nonetheless extra basic model of Bézout’s theorem that works for arbitrary subschemes X and Y of natural codimensions okay and l in a nonsingular scheme T, even if the intersection X ∩ Y doesn't have codimension okay + l (or even for subschemes X, Y of a very likely singular scheme T, in case one of many is in the neighborhood a whole intersection subscheme of T ).