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Título

Foliaciones de codimensión uno Newton no degeneradas

Autor

Director o Tutor

Año del Documento

2019

Titulación

Doctorado en Matemáticas

Abstract

The main topic of this research is the study of “Newton non-degenerate
codimension one foliations”.
The non-degenerate singularities for hypersurfaces have been described classically by A.
Kouchnirenko in [35]; let us give a quick description of them.We consider a germ of hypersurface
in (Cn, 0), defined locally by a reduced equation f = 0 in local coordinates z = (z1, z2, . . . , zn).
We take the Taylor’s expansion of f, we consider the convex hull of the 2 Rn
0 such that
6= 0 and we add to it the first orthant Rn
0. In this way it is obtained the Newton polyhedron
1
of f. We consider its compact boundary and we say that a singularity is “non-degenerate”
if the coefficients are “generic” in a sense that we will define later. This class of singularities is
open and dense in the space of coefficients when is fixed. Also M. Oka does a study in [36]
of the non-degenerate singularities for the case of complete intersections.
Taking a logarithmic point of view, we can define a Newton polyhedron associated to a germ
of differential form or vector field, once we fix a system of coordinates. From a more geometrical
approach, the fact of considering a normal crossings divisor in the ambient space determines the
coordinates we are going to consider. On this way, we can define not just a single polyhedron,
but a whole polyhedra system, each one associated to one of the strata naturally given by the
divisor as we will see in Chapter 2.
A foliated space consists of a codimension one foliation F in a complex analytic space M, together
with a normal crossings divisor E M. Most of the definitions, properties and results we
present in this work concerns the foliated space (M,E,F) and not just to the foliation F. In the
general theory established in Chapter 4, we introduce the concept of “Newton non-degenerate
foliated space” which, of course, coincides with the classical one for germs of hypersurfaces,
when we consider germs of foliations having a holomorphic first integral. On the other hand,
once we have a normal crossings divisor in the ambient space, we can talk about “combinatorial
blowing-ups”. They are blowing-ups centered at the closure of one of the strata determined by
the divisor. We extend the definition introduced by M.I.T. Camacho and F. Cano in [9] and we
say that a codimension one foliation is of “toric type” if we obtain only “simple points” after
a combinatorial sequence of blowing-ups, that is, if it has a “combinatorial desingularization”.

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Superficies (Matemáticas)

Departamento

Departamento de Algebra, Geometría y Topología

Idioma

eng

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openAccess

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