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A Complex Hyperbolic Structure for Moduli of Cubic Surfaces  [PDF]
Daniel Allcock,James A. Carlson,Domingo Toledo
Mathematics , 1997, DOI: 10.1016/S0764-4442(97)82711-5
Abstract: We show that the moduli space M of marked cubic surfaces is biholomorphic to the quotient by a discrete group generated by complex reflections of the complex four-ball minus the reflection hyperplanes of the group. Thus M carries a complex hyperbolic structure: an (incomplete) metric of constant holomorphic sectional curvature.
The Chow group of the moduli space of marked cubic surfaces  [PDF]
Elisabetta Colombo,Bert van Geemen
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: Naruki gave an explicit construction of the moduli space of marked cubic surfaces, starting from a toric variety and proceeding with blow ups and contractions. Using his result, we compute the Chow groups and the Chern classes of this moduli space.As an application we relate a recent result of Freitag on the Hilbert polynomial of a certain ring of modular forms to the Riemann-Roch theorem for the moduli space.
The Complex Hyperbolic Geometry of the Moduli Space of Cubic Surfaces  [PDF]
Daniel Allcock,James A. Carlson,Domingo Toledo
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: Recall that the moduli space of smooth (that is, stable) cubic curves is isomorphic to the quotient of the upper half plane by the group of fractional linear transformations with integer coefficients. We establish a similar result for stable cubic surfaces: the moduli space is biholomorphic to a quotient of the compex 4-ball by an explict arithmetic group generated by complex reflections. This identification gives interesting structural information on the moduli space and allows one to locate the points in complex hyperbolic 4-space corresponding to cubic surfaces with symmetry, e.g., the Fermat cubic surface. Related results, not quite as extensive, were announced in alg-geom/9709016.
A linear system on Naruki's moduli space of marked cubic surfaces  [PDF]
Bert van Geemen
Mathematics , 2001,
Abstract: Allcock and Freitag recently showed that the moduli space of marked cubic surfaces is a subvariety of a nine dimensional projective space which is defined by cubic equations. They used the theory of automorphic forms on ball quotients to obtain these results. Here we describe the same embedding using Naruki's toric model of the moduli space. We also give an explicit parametrization of the tritangent divisors, we discuss another way to find equations for the image and we show that the moduli space maps, with degree at least ten, onto the unique quintic hypersurface in a five dimensional projective space which is invariant under the action of the Weyl group of the root system E_6.
Hyperbolic geometry and moduli of real cubic surfaces  [PDF]
Daniel Allcock,James A. Carlson,Domingo Toledo
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: Let M_0^R be the moduli space of smooth real cubic surfaces. We show that each of its components admits a real hyperbolic structure. More precisely, one can remove some lower-dimensional geodesic subspaces from a real hyperbolic space H^4 and form the quotient by an arithmetic group to obtain an orbifold isomorphic to a component of the moduli space. There are five components. For each we describe the corresponding lattices in PO(4,1). We also derive several new and several old results on the topology of M_0^R. Let M_s^R be the moduli space of real cubic surfaces that are stable in the sense of geometric invariant theory. We show that this space carries a hyperbolic structure whose restriction to M_0^R is that just mentioned. The corresponding lattice in PO(4,1), for which we find an explicit fundamental domain, is nonarithmetic.
A family of marked cubic surfaces and the root system D_5  [PDF]
Elisabetta Colombo,Bert van Geemen
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We define and study a family of cubic surfaces in the projectivized tangent bundle over a four dimensional projective space associated to the root system D_5. The 27 lines are rational over the base and we determine the classifying map to the moduli space of marked cubic surfaces. This map has degree two and we use it to get short proofs for some results on the Chow group of the moduli space of marked cubic surfaces.
Moduli space of cubic Newton maps  [PDF]
Pascale Roesch,Xiaoguang Wang,Yongcheng Yin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: In this article, we study the topology and bifurcations of the moduli space $\mathcal{M}_3$ of cubic Newton maps. It's a subspace of the moduli space of cubic rational maps, carrying the Riemann orbifold structure $(\mathbb{\widehat{C}}, (2,3,\infty))$. We prove two results: (1). The boundary of the unique unbounded hyperbolic component is a Jordan arc and the boundaries of all other hyperbolic components are Jordan curves. (2).The Head's angle map is surjective and monotone. The fibers of this map are characterized completely. The first result is a moduli space analogue of the first author's dynamical regularity theorem \cite{Ro08}. The second result confirms a conjecture of Tan Lei.
Uniformizing The Moduli Stacks of Global G-Shtukas  [PDF]
Esmail M. Arasteh Rad,Urs Hartl
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: This is the second in a sequence of two articles, in which we propose to view the moduli stacks of global G-shtukas as function field analogs for Shimura varieties. Here G is a parahoric Bruhat-Tits group scheme over a smooth projective curve, and global G-shtukas are generalizations of Drinfeld shtukas and analogs of abelian varieties with additional structure. We prove that the moduli stacks of global G-shtukas are algebraic Deligne-Mumford stacks. They generalize various moduli spaces used by different authors to prove instances of the Langlands program over function fields. In the first article we explained the relation between global G-shtukas and local P-shtukas, which are the function field analogs of p-divisible groups, and we proved the existence of Rapoport-Zink spaces for local P-shtukas. In the present article we use these spaces to (partly) uniformize the moduli stacks of global G-shtukas.
Real Cubic Surfaces and Real Hyperbolic Geometry  [PDF]
Daniel Allcock,James A. Carlson,Domingo Toledo
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: The moduli space of stable real cubic surfaces is the quotient of real hyperbolic four-space by a discrete, nonarithmetic group. The volume of the moduli space is 37\pi^2/1080 in the metric of constant curvature -1. Each of the five connected components of the moduli space can be described as the quotient of real hyperbolic four-space by a specific arithmetic group. We compute the volumes of these components.
The Moduli Space of Hyperbolic Cone Structures  [PDF]
Qing Zhou
Mathematics , 1998,
Abstract: Let $\Sigma$ be a hyperbolic link with $m$ components in a 3-dimensional manifold $X$. In this paper, we will show that the moduli space of marked hyperbolic cone structures on the pair $(X, \Sigma)$ with all cone angle less than $2\pi /3$ is an $m$-dimensional open cube, parameterized naturally by the $m$ cone angles. As a corollary, we will give a proof of a special case of Thurston's geometrization theorem for orbifolds.
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