Algebraic Geometry Proc. conf. Chicago, 1989 by Spencer Bloch, Igor V. Dolgachev, William Fulton

By Spencer Bloch, Igor V. Dolgachev, William Fulton

This quantity includes the lawsuits of a joint USA-USSR symposium on algebraic geometry, held in Chicago, united states, in June-July 1989.

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Si (A, X A) est une partition d’ouverts alors la fonction caract´eristique 1A est continue sur X. Par hypoth`ese, elle est donc constante et A = X ou A = ∅. X est connexe. 1. Toute famille (Ai )i∈I de parties connexes d’un espace topologique (X, T ) ayant deux ` a deux une intersection non vide a une r´eunion connexe. Preuve : Soit (Ai )i∈I une famille de parties connexes telle que pour tout i, j ∈ I, Ai ∩ Aj = ∅. Supposons qu’il existe deux ouverts disjoints O1 et O2 tels que A = ∪i∈I Ai ⊂ O1 ∪ O2 .

L’importance de la notion de compacit´e vient du fait qu’elle permet de ramener des probl`emes de complexit´e apparemment infinie `a l’´etude d’un nombre fini de cas. 1. (Borel-Lebesgue) On dit qu’un espace topologique (X, T ) est compact s’il est s´epar´e et si de tout recouvrement d’ouverts on peut extraire un sous-recouvrement fini : X = ∪ Oi i∈I ⇒ ∃J ⊂ I, J fini, X = ∪ Oi . i∈J Par passage au compl´ementaire on a une d´efinition ´equivalente avec les ferm´es que nous donnons ici comme propri´et´e.

Ainsi les applications continues sont 24 Espaces m´etriques, espaces topologiques. les morphismes associ´es `a la structure ”espace topologique” (le changement de sens ne pose pas de probl`eme et est mˆeme assez fr´equent, on parle de contravariance). La topologie alg´ebrique s’appuie sur ce point de vue. 12. Soit (X, T ) et (X , T ) deux espaces topologiques. e. telle que f et f −1 soient continues. Si f est un hom´eomorphisme, l’image r´eciproque et l’image (puisque f (O) = (f −1 )−1 (O)) de tout ouvert (resp.

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