Algebraic geometry 1: Schemes by Ulrich Gortz, Torsten Wedhorn

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Let (X, OX ) be a prevariety. The topological space X is noetherian (in particular quasi-compact) and irreducible. Proof. 19. 49. (Comparison with differential/complex manifolds) In differential geometry (resp. complex geometry) the notion of a differentiable manifold (resp. a complex manifold) is often defined by charts with differentiable (resp. holomorphic) transition maps. This is problematic in our situation because we cannot consider open subsets of affine algebraic sets again as affine algebraic sets.

Of course we do not obtain all spaces with functions in this way. We will now define prevarieties as those connected spaces with functions that can be glued together from finitely many spaces with functions attached to irreducible affine algebraic sets. 49). 15) Definition of prevarieties. We call a space with functions (X, OX ) connected , if the underlying topological space X is connected. 46. (1) An affine variety is a space with functions that is isomorphic to a space with functions associated to an irreducible affine algebraic set.

Fm ) we have X = V (I(X)) = C(Z). In particular we see that for every closed subset Z ⊆ Pn (k) there exist homogeneous polynomials f1 , . . , fr ∈ k[X0 , . . , Xn ] such that Z = V+ (f1 , . . , fm ). 22) Change of coordinates in projective space. ,n ∈ GLn+1 (k) be an invertible (n + 1) × (n + 1)-matrix. The map k n+1 → k n+1 described by A maps one-dimensional subspaces to one-dimensional subspaces and induces a map Pn (k) → Pn (k). It is given by n (x0 : · · · : xn ) → ( n a0i xi : · · · : i=0 ani xi ) i=0 31 and we obtain a morphism of prevarieties which we denote by ϕA .

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