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Quartic surfaces with singular points

C. M. Jessop

Quartic surfaces with singular points

by C. M. Jessop

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Published by University Press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surfaces, Quartic

  • Edition Notes

    A digital reproduction made from a copy held by Cornel University is available from the Cornell University Library"s Historical Mathematics Monographs Web site.

    Statementby C. M. Jessop.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA573 .J5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxv, 197, [1] p.
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6597128M
    LC Control Number17011584
    OCLC/WorldCa5049978

    Algebraic quartic surfaces are a classical subject of algebraic geometry and the study of their rich properties has been developed in research papers and books since the XIX century. Many di erent classi cations for several classes of quartic surfaces where introduced (for instance, see [11], the books [6] and [4];Author: Mauro Carlo Beltrametti, Alessandro Logar, Maria Laura Torrente. We compute the Jacobian of these equations and derive the algebraic equation of the surface of points in C + (P 2) for which this Jacobian is singular, called the singularity surface of the manipulator. For the general planar platform manipulator this surface is a quartic surface Cited by:

    In mathematics, a quadric or quadric surface (quadric hypersurface in higher dimensions), is a generalization of conic sections (ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas).It is a hypersurface (of dimension D) in a (D + 1)-dimensional space, and it is defined as the zero set of an irreducible polynomial of degree two in D + 1 variables (D = 1 in the case of conic sections). This results in 16 singularities, at the 2-torsion points of A. The minimal resolution of this quotient is a genus 3 K3 surface. A non-singular degree 4 surface in P3 is a genus 3 K3 surface. The intersection of a quadric and a cubic in P4 gives genus 4 K3 surfaces.

    A quartic surface without singular curves may have at most 16 singular points. Fact Let V be a normal quartic surface. a) Then, not more than three singular points on V may be collinear. b) If three singular points on V are collinear then the line connecting them lies on V. Proof. b) Otherwise, this line would meet V in each of the three File Size: KB. Given a quartic surface possessing a singular conic and four noncoplanar isolated singular points, previously known to bear two families of conic curves, (i) along any conic from either family the surface is tangent to a quadric cone whose vertex lies on a line through one of the pairs of singular points, and (ii) the families of conics Cited by:


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Excerpt from Quartic Surfaces: With Singular Points A surface which would naturally take a prominent position in such a book is the Kummer surface, together with its special forms, the tetrahedroid and the wave surface, but the admirable work written by the late R.

Hudson, entitled Kummer's Quartic Surface, renders unnecessary the inclusion of this by: Quartic surfaces with singular points. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: C M Jessop. Free 2-day shipping.

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Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Full text of "Quartic surfaces with singular points" See other formats. The theory of surfaces has reached a certain stage of completeness and major efforts concentrate on solving concrete questions rather than further developing the formal theory.

Many of these questions are touched on in this classic volume: such as the classification of quartic surfaces, the description of moduli spaces for abelian surfaces, and the automorphism group of a Kummer surface.

Regarding singular quartic surfaces in $\mathbb C \mathbb{P}^3$, the classical reference is Jessop's book Quartic surfaces with singular points (). An electronic copy of the book is freely available for legal download here.

CLASSIFICATION OF NORMAL QUARTIC SURFACES WITH IRRATIONAL SINGULARITIES YUJIISHIIANDNOBORUNAKAYAMA Abstract. If a normal quartic surface admits a singular point thatisnotarationaldoublepoint,thenthesurfaceisdetermined bythetriplet the resent progress of the classification problem of quartic surfaces.

Quadric Surfaces Example: For the elliptic paraboloid z = 4x2 + y2: xy trace - set z = 0 →0 = 4x2 + y2 This is point (0,0) yz trace - set x = 0 →z = y2 Parabola in yz plane. xz trace - set y = 0 →y = 4x2 Parabola in xz plane.

Trace z = 4 parallel to xy plane: Set z = 4 →4 = 4x2 + y2 or x2 + y2 /4 =1. This is an ellipse parallel to the File Size: 1MB. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Quartic surfaces with singular points" See other formats. = 2C2= are singular points of X. The Abel-Jacobi map C!Jac(C);x7!(R x x 0. 1; R x x 0. 2) mod embeds Cinto Jac(C) and the images of the curves C+ are the 16 trope-conics of X. Ernst Kummer In Ernst Kummer had shown that the Fresnel’s wave surface represents a special case of a 3-parametrical family of nodal quartic surfaces [21].

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order qty: Originally published inthis book was written to provide readers with a concise account of the leading properties of quartic surfaces possessing nodes or nodal curves. A brief summary of the leading results discussed in the book is included in the form of an introduction.

complex K3 quartic surface with 52 lines and 2 singular points of type A1, whose equation is not known. Non-K3 complex quartic surfaces have been studied by González Alonso and Rams [7]. If they are not ruled by lines, they can contain at most 48 lines.

They also conjecture that the actual bound is Singular points of real quartic and quintic curves David A. Weinberg1, Nicholas J. Willis2•* 1 Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Texas 'T'ech University Lubbock, TXStates of America 2 Department of Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering, George Fox Uni­ versity, Newberg, ORUnited States of America.

On the computation of singular plane curves and quartic surfaces In this section we compute equa tions of singular quartic surfaces Enumeration of combinations of rational double points Author: Carlos Rito.

The classification of singular points of real quartic curves is originally due to D.A. Gudkov [2,3,4,5]. He determined the individual types of singular points, as well as all possible sets of singular points that real quartic curves can have.

In this paper, we will derive the thirteen individual types of singular points for. On Surfaces of Maximal Sectional Regularity Brodmann, Markus, Lee, Wanseok, Park, Euisung, and Schenzel, Peter, Taiwanese Journal of Mathematics, ; Galois points on quartic surfaces YOSHIHARA, Hisao, Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan, ; Isomorphic Quartic K3 Surfaces in the View of Cremona and Projective Transformations Oguiso, Keiji, Cited by: 9.

On the other hand, a projective quartic surface is a surface in projective space P 3 of the same form, but now f is a homogeneous polynomial of 4 variables of degree 4, so for example f(x,y,z,w) = x 4 + y 4 + xyzw + z 2 w 2 − w 4.

Ruled quartic surfaces, models and classification The classification of ruled quartic surfaces in the book of W.L. Edge [7] is identical with the one of Cremona.

this singular point. Construction. For any quadric line complex, the lines of the complex in a plane envelop a quadric in the plane. A Plücker surface depends on the choice of a quadric line complex and a line, and consists of points of the quadrics associated to the planes through the chosen line.The paper [5] contains a complete classification of smooth complex quartic surfaces with many lines.

Finally, lines on complex quartics with singular points are considered in [20], [8]. The Fermat surface 4,6, 8, 12,20 this is the best known example of a surface .Lines on quartic surfaces. singular spatial quartic surface is 64 (respectively, 56). At this point it is appropriate to call attention to the difference betw een the.