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By Kayo Masuda, Hideo Kojima, Takashi Kishimoto

The current quantity grew out of a world convention on affine algebraic geometry held in Osaka, Japan in the course of 3-6 March 2011 and is devoted to Professor Masayoshi Miyanishi at the party of his seventieth birthday. It includes sixteen refereed articles within the components of affine algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and similar fields, that have been the operating fields of Professor Miyanishi for nearly 50 years. Readers can be capable of finding fresh developments in those components too. the themes comprise either algebraic and analytic, in addition to either affine and projective, difficulties. all of the effects handled during this quantity are new and unique which in this case will supply clean study difficulties to discover. This quantity is appropriate for graduate scholars and researchers in those components.

Readership: Graduate scholars and researchers in affine algebraic geometry.

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Since ϕ normalizes the subgroup Gd,e = g we have ϕ−1 ◦g◦ϕ = g k for some k ∈ N and so g ◦ ϕ = ϕ ◦ g k . Hence g(ϕ(Cx )) = ϕ(g k (Cx )) = ϕ(Cx ) and, similarly, g(ϕ(Cy )) = ϕ(Cy ). This yields (25). e. ϕ(¯0) = ¯0. Now the last assertion follows easily. 10. If e2 ≡ 1 mod d then + − Nd,e = Nd,e , Nd,e , (27) while for e2 ≡ 1 mod d, (28) + + Nd,e = Nd,e , Nd,e = Nd,e ,τ . Proof. For ϕ ∈ Nd,e we let C = ϕ−1 (Cy ). 9 (see (25)) the cyclic group Gd,e stabilizes C and ¯0 ∈ C. 8 there is + − , Nd,e which sends C to one of the coordinate an automorphism ψ ∈ Nd,e −1 axes Cx , Cy .

10. (a) Let C = {f (y) = 0}, where f ∈ C[y] is a polynomial of degree ≥ 2 with simple roots. If K ⊆ C denotes the set of these roots, then Stab(C) = T1,0 · U + · Stab(K) , where U + ⊆ Aut(A2 ) is as in (6), T1,0 = {λ ∈ T | λ : (x, y) → (αx, y), α ∈ C× } , and the stabilizer Stab(K) ⊆ Aut(A1 ) → Aut(A2 ) acts naturally on the symbol y. (b) If C of type (II) is the coordinate cross {xy = 0} in A2 then Stab(C) = N (T) is the normalizer of the maximal torus T in the group GL(2, C). (c) If C of type (IV) is a union of r affine lines through the origin, where r ≥ 3, then Stab(C) ⊆ GL(2, C) is a finite extension of the group T1,1 = C× · id of scalar matrices.

Hence this fiber cannot carry a curve with Euler characteristic 1. This leads to a contradiction, because d > 1 by our assumption. Thus the curve C 1 is smooth. It follows that every fiber of p is isomorphic to A1 . Hence there is an automorphism δ ∈ Aut(A2 ) sending the curves C i to the lines y = κi with distinct ki , where κ1 = 1. Moreover, we may suppose that δ(¯0) = ¯0. 8. 5). Hence the elements g = ρ(g) ∈ T and ρ(g ) ∈ T are conjugated in GL(2, C) and so either ρ(g ) = ρ(g) = g or ρ(g ) = τ gτ .

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