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Rationality problem of conic bundles
Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Let $k$ be a field with char $k \not= 2$, $X$ be an affine surface defined by the equation $z^2=P(x)y^2+Q(x)$ where $P(x), Q(x) \in k[x]$ are separable polynomials. We will investigate the rationality problem of $X$ in terms of the polynomials $P(x)$ and $Q(x)$. The necessary and sufficient condition is $s \leq 3$ with minor exceptions, where $s=s_1+s_2+s_3+s_4$, $s_1$ (resp. $s_2$, resp. $s_3$) being the number of $c \in \overline{k}$ such that $P(c)=0$ and $Q(c) \not\in k(c)^2$ (resp. $Q(c)=0$ and $P(c) \not\in k(c)^2$, resp. $P(c)=Q(c)=0$ and $-\frac{Q}{P}(c) \not\in k(c)^2$). $s_4=0$ or $1$ according to the behavior at $x=\infty$. $X$ is a conic bundle over $\mathbb{P}_k^1$, whose rationality was studied by Iskovskikh. Iskovskikh formulated his results in geometric language. This paper aims to give an algebraic counterpart.
Negative solutions to three-dimensional monomial Noether problem
Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Three-dimensional monomial Noether problem can have negative solutions for 8 groups by the suitable choice of the coefficients. We find the necessary and sufficient condition for the coefficients to have a negative solution. The results are obtained by two criteria of irrationality using Galois cohomology.
Rationality problem of generalized Chatelet surfaces
Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The surface $z^2=ay^2+P(x), \, a \in k, \, P(x) \in k[x]$ is not $k$-rational, if $a \not\in k^2$ and $P(x)$ satisfies some conditions. This result essentially due to Iskovskih but his statement is in terms of algebraic geometry, and not so easy to access for the researchers of the field extension. This paper aims to give a formulation accessible more easily. A necessary and sufficient condition for $k$-rationality is given in terms of $a$ and $P$, assuming that $\ch k \not= 2$ and every irreducible component of $P(x)$ is separable over $k$.
Rationality problem for algebraic tori
Akinari Hoshi,Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We give the complete stably rational classification of algebraic tori of dimensions $4$ and $5$ over a field $k$. In particular, the stably rational classification of norm one tori whose Chevalley modules are of rank $4$ and $5$ is given. We show that there exist exactly $487$ (resp. $7$, resp. $216$) stably rational (resp. not stably but retract rational, resp. not retract rational) algebraic tori of dimension $4$, and there exist exactly $3051$ (resp. $25$, resp. $3003$) stably rational (resp. not stably but retract rational, resp. not retract rational) algebraic tori of dimension $5$. We make a procedure to compute a flabby resolution of a $G$-lattice effectively by using the computer algebra system GAP. Some algorithms may determine whether the flabby class of a $G$-lattice is invertible (resp. zero) or not. Using the algorithms, we determine all the flabby and coflabby $G$-lattices of rank up to $6$ and verify that they are stably permutation. We also show that the Krull-Schmidt theorem for $G$-lattices holds when the rank $\leq 4$, and fails when the rank is $5$. Indeed, there exist exactly $11$ (resp. $131$) $G$-lattices of rank $5$ (resp. $6$) which are decomposable into two different ranks. Moreover, when the rank is $6$, there exist exactly $18$ $G$-lattices which are decomposable into the same ranks but the direct summands are not isomorphic. We confirm that $H^1(G,F)=0$ for any Bravais group $G$ of dimension $n\leq 6$ where $F$ is the flabby class of the corresponding $G$-lattice of rank $n$. In particular, $H^1(G,F)=0$ for any maximal finite subgroup $G\leq {\rm GL}(n,\mathbb{Z})$ where $n\leq 6$. As an application of the methods developed, some examples of not retract (stably) rational fields over $k$ are given.
Rationality problem of three-dimensional monomial group actions
Akinari Hoshi,Hidetaka Kitayama,Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Let $K$ be a field of characteristic not two and $K(x,y,z)$ the rational function field over $K$ with three variables $x,y,z$. Let $G$ be a finite group of acting on $K(x,y,z)$ by monomial $K$-automorphisms. We consider the rationality problem of the fixed field $K(x,y,z)^G$ under the action of $G$, namely whether $K(x,y,z)^G$ is rational (that is, purely transcendental) over $K$ or not. We may assume that $G$ is a subgroup of $\mathrm{GL}(3,\mathbb{Z}) and the problem is determined up to conjugacy in $\mathrm{GL}(3,\mathbb{Z})$. There are 73 conjugacy classes of $G$ in $\mathrm{GL}(3,\mathbb{Z})$. By results of Endo-Miyata, Voskresenski\u\i, Lenstra, Saltman, Hajja, Kang and Yamasaki, 8 conjugacy classes of 2-groups in $\mathrm{GL}(3,\mathbb{Z})$ have negative answers to the problem under certain monomial actions over some base field $K$, and the necessary and sufficient condition for the rationality of $K(x,y,z)^G$ over $K$ is given. In this paper, we show that the fixed field $K(x,y,z)^G$ under monomial action of $G$ is rational over $K$ except for possibly negative 8 cases of 2-groups and unknown one case of the alternating group of degree four. Moreover we give explicit transcendental bases of the fixed fields over $K$. For unknown case, we obtain an affirmative solution to the problem under some conditions. In particular, we show that if $K$ is quadratically closed field then $K(x,y,z)^G$ is rational over $K$. We also give an application of the result to 4-dimensional linear Noether's problem.
Class Numbers and Algebraic Tori
Akinari Hoshi,Ming-chang Kang,Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Let $p$ be an odd prime number, $D_p$ be the dihedral group of order $2p$, $h_p$ and $h^+_p$ be the class numbers of $\bm{Q}(\zeta_p)$ and $\bm{Q}(\zeta_p+ \zeta_p^{-1})$ respectively. Theorem. $h_p^+=1$ if and only if, for any field $k$ admitting a $D_p$-extension, all the algebraic $D_p$-tori over $k$ are stably rational. A similar result for $h_p=1$ and $C_p$-tori is valid also.
Relation modules of dihedral groups
Akinary Hoshi,Ming-chang Kang,Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Let D_n be the dihedral group of order 2n where n \ge 2, 1 \to R \to F \to D_n \to 1 be a free presentation of D_n. R^{ab}:=R/[R,R] becomes a \bm{Z}[D_n]-lattice. We will study the module structure and the rationality problem of R^{ab}.
Degree Three Unramified Cohomology Groups
Akinari Hoshi,Ming-chang Kang,Aiichi Yamasaki
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Let $p$ be an odd prime number. Peyre shows that there is a group $G$ of order $p^{12}$ such that $H_{nr}^3(\bm{C}(G), \bm{Q}/\bm{Z})$ is non-trivial. Using Peyre's method, we are able to prove that the same conclusion is true for some groups of order $p^9$.
Two Dimensional Quantum Well of Gluons in Color Ferromagnetic Quark Matter
Iwazaki, Aiichi
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007,
Abstract: We have recently pointed out that color magnetic field is generated in dense quark matter, i.e. color ferromagnetic phase of quark matter. Using light cone quantization, we show that gluons occupying the lowest Landau level under the color magnetic field effectively form a two dimensional quantum well (layer), in which infinitely many zero modes of the gluons are present. We discuss that the zero modes of the gluons form a quantum Hall state by interacting repulsively with each other, just as electrons do in semiconductors. Such a ferromagnetic quark matter with the layer structure of the gluons is a possible origin of extremely strong magnetic field observed in magnetars.
Spontaneous Breakdown of U(1) symmetry in DLCQ without Zero Mode
Iwazaki, Aiichi
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2007, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.75.105009
Abstract: We show that the spontaneous breakdown of U(1) symmetry in a Higgs model can be described in discretized light cone formulation even by neglecting zero mode. We obtain correctly the energy of a ground state with the symmetry breakdown. We also show explicitly the presence of a Goldstone mode and its absence when the U(1) symmetry is gauged. In spite of obtaining the favorable results, we lose a merit in the formulation without zero modes that a naive Fock vacuum is the true ground state.
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