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Graded linearisations

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When the action of a reductive group on a projective variety has a suitable linearisation, Mumford's geometric invariant theory (GIT) can be used to construct and study an associated quotient variety. In this article we describe how Mumford's GIT can be extended effectively to suitable actions of linear algebraic groups which are not necessarily reductive, with the extra data of a graded linearisation for the action. Any linearisation in the traditional sense for a reductive group action i...

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Published
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Peer reviewed
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Accepted manuscript

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Balliol College
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American Mathematical Society Publisher's website
Volume:
99
Pages:
1-22
Publication date:
2018-09-05
Acceptance date:
2017-08-04
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pubs:713448
URN:
uri:961e4784-3997-4fc9-a3de-af5928d975cf
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