By Vincenzo Di Gennaro
We show a pointy Castelnuovo sure for the i-th plurigenus of a tender number of given measurement n and measure d within the projective area P r , and classify the types achieving the sure, while n2, r2n+1, d>>r and i>>r. while n=2 and r=5, or n=3 and r=7, we supply an entire class, i.e. for any i1. occasionally, the kinds with maximal plurigenus should not Castelnuovo kinds, i.e. kinds with maximal geometric genus. for instance, a Castelnuovo style whole intersection on quite a few size n+1 and minimum measure in P r , with r>(n 2 +3n)/(n-1), has now not maximal i-th plurigenus, for i>>r. on account of the sure at the plurigenera, we receive an top sure for the self-intersection of the canonical package of a soft projective type, whose canonical package is enormous and nef.
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We show a pointy Castelnuovo certain for the i-th plurigenus of a tender number of given measurement n and measure d within the projective house P r , and classify the forms reaching the certain, while n2, r2n+1, d>>r and i>>r. while n=2 and r=5, or n=3 and r=7, we supply an entire category, i. e. for any i1.
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