×

Normal bundle to curves in quadrics. (English) Zbl 0527.14023


MSC:

14H10 Families, moduli of curves (algebraic)
14F05 Sheaves, derived categories of sheaves, etc. (MSC2010)
14J25 Special surfaces
PDF BibTeX XML Cite
Full Text: DOI Numdam EuDML

References:

[1] CHOW (W. L.) . - On meromorphic maps of algebraic varieties , Annals of Math., Vol. 89, 1969 , pp. 391-403. MR 41 #1728 | Zbl 0184.46501 · Zbl 0184.46501
[2] GIESEKER (D.) . - p-ample bundles and their Chern classes , Nagoya Math. J., Vol. 43, 1971 , pp. 91-116. Article | MR 45 #5139 | Zbl 0221.14010 · Zbl 0221.14010
[3] GIESEKER (D.) . - On two Theorems of Griffiths about embeddings with ample normal bundle , Amer. J. of Math., Vol. 99, 1977 , pp. 1137-1150. MR 57 #3130 | Zbl 0369.14006 · Zbl 0369.14006
[4] GROTHENDIECK (A.) and DIEUDONNÉ (J.) . - Elements de Géométrie algébrique (E.G.A.) , Publ. Math. I.H.E.S., 1960 ff. Numdam
[5] HARTSHORNE (R.) . - Cohomological dimension of algebraic varieties , Annals of Math., Vol. 88, 1968 , pp. 403-450. MR 38 #1103 | Zbl 0169.23302 · Zbl 0169.23302
[6] HARTSHORNE (R.) . - Ample subvarieties of algebraic varieties , Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Math., No 156, 1970 . MR 44 #211 | Zbl 0208.48901 · Zbl 0208.48901
[7] HARTSHORME (R.) . - Ample vector bundles on curves , Nagoya Math. J., Vol. 43, 1971 , pp. 71-89. Article | MR 45 #1929 | Zbl 0205.25402 · Zbl 0205.25402
[8] HIRONAKA (H.) and MATSUMURA (H.) . - Formal functions and formal imbeddings , J. Math. Soc. Japan, Vol 20, 1968 , pp. 52-82. Article | MR 40 #4274 | Zbl 0157.27701 · Zbl 0157.27701
[9] PAPANTONOPOULOU (A.) . - Curves in Grassmann varieties , Nagoya Math. J., Vol. 66, 1977 , pp. 121-136. Article | MR 55 #10475 | Zbl 0331.14025 · Zbl 0331.14025
This reference list is based on information provided by the publisher or from digital mathematics libraries. Its items are heuristically matched to zbMATH identifiers and may contain data conversion errors. It attempts to reflect the references listed in the original paper as accurately as possible without claiming the completeness or perfect precision of the matching.