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Weddle and Kummer surfaces for restricted positions of six base points.

John Albert Hyden

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**1934**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Abstract of a thesis, Ph.D. Cornell University.

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Six points (a t 2, — 2a u 1) on 7 map cones; the 15 vertices of. Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition. In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual itemCited by: 1.

"The Weddle and Kummer surfaces for restricted positions of six base points" by Professor J. Hyden, Vanderbilt University. "An approach to the teaching of some applications of triple integration" by Professor J.

Bond, University of Tennessee. "A preliminary report on a kinetic theory of exterior ballistics" by Pro. surface with respect to this involution A= has sixteen singular points of type A1, which are the images, under the quotient map, of the sixteen points of order two in A.

The Kummer surface of A, Km(A), is the desingularization of A=, obtained by blowing up these sixteen points. This gives rise to sixteen (2. This Kummer surface is a quartic surface with sixteen nodes as its only singularities. These nodes give rise to a configuration of sixteen points and sixteen planes in \({\mathbb P}^3\) such that each plane contains exactly six points and each point belongs to exactly six planes (this is called a “(16,6.

Title: The Weddle and Kummer Surfaces for Restricted Positions of Six Base Points. Advisor: Virgil Snyder. Career: Vanderbilt University. Clarence Raymond Wyllie, Title: Space Curves Belonging to a Linear Line Complex.

Advisor: Virgil Snyder. the lines contained in it, one obtains the Weddle surface, with six nodes, birational to the classical quartic Kummer surface. In Hudson’s book, the Weddle surface is constructed as image of a Kummer quartic K by the rational map associated to the linear system of sextic curves passing through ten nodes ([H], pag –).

Quartic surfaces into which Kummer's surface can be transformed. Weddle's surface. Equation of Weddle's surface. six parameters which give the positions of the six points on any conic may be taken to be the absolute invariants of the configuration, being unaltered by any linear transformation of.

ing the particularities of a Kummer surface, one may massively optimize the point counting step. In fact, it is very well possible to compute rkPic(V F p) for primes p up to –––– Our sample consists of the resolutions of Kummer quartics with small coeﬃcients.

For each of these surfaces, we computed the upper bounds Cited by: Eq. determines an elliptic fibration with section on the Kummer surface Kum (Jac C ′). Generically, the Weierstrass model has two singular fibers of Kodaira-type I 0 ∗ at u = 0, ∞, six singular fibers of type I 2 located over a collection of base points invariant under u.

By a kummer surface, I mean a quotient of two-dimensional complex torus by multiplication by $-1$. It is a K3 surface and known to be simply connected.

But it is not clear to me why it is simply-connected from its construction, which is a quotient of a surface with infinite fundamental group.

Is there a direct explanation or any references. Thanks. Gonzalez-Dorrego (16,6) configurations and geometry of Kummer surfaces in $\mathbf{P}^3$ Mem.

Amer. Math. Soc. Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI Crossref MathSciNet ZentralBlatt Math Google ScholarCited by: 1. A base system is a structure within which we count. The easiest way to describe a base system is to think about our own base-ten system.

The base-ten system, which we call the “decimal” system, requires a total of ten different symbols/digits to write any number. They are, of course, 0, 1, 2, 9. WEDDLE S SURFACES Now we know that H6 serves as the moduli space for Weddle quartic surfaces, up to projective equivalence, since there exists a unique Weddle surface with 6 given points in P3 (in general position) as its nodes.

(Also, it is evident that the Weddle surface W and the genus 2 curve C have the same moduli point in H6.) 3. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. John Albert Hayden, The Weddle and Kummer Surfaces for Restricted Positions of Six Base Points.

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Important examples of K3 surfaces with ordinary double points are furnished by the Kummer surfaces: by definition, a Kummer surface is a surface of the form = T / (z b l), where is a complex torus of complex dimension 2, so that a Kummer surface always has 16 ordinary double points^: the images of the 2-torsion subgroup by: The composition of this map with the projection off a smooth point of S 3 gives a 2: 1 rational map P 3 P 3 whose ramification locus is a Weddle surface ([19, 7]).

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