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Compactifying moduli of hyperelliptic curves
Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: We construct a new compactification of the moduli space H_g of smooth hyperelliptic curves of genus g. We compare our compactification with other well-known remarkable compactifications of H_g .
Spin curves over non-stable curves
Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2006,
Abstract: Here we consider degenerations of stable spin curves for a fixed smoothing of a non-stable curve: we are able to give enumerative results and a description of limits of stable spin curves. We give a geometrically meaningful definition of spin curves over non-stable curves.
The degree-2 Abel-Jacobi map for nodal curves - II
Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We construct a resolution of the degree-2 Abel-Jacobi map for a regular smoothing of a nodal curve.
The degree-2 Abel--Jacobi map for nodal curves - I
Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: Let $f\col\C\ra B$ be a regular local smoothing of a nodal curve. In this paper, we find a modular description of the Abel--N\'eron map having values in Esteves's fine compactified Jacobian and extending the degree-2 Abel--Jacobi map of the generic fiber of $f$
Enriched spin curves on stable curves with two components
Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: L. Maino constructed a moduli space for enriched stable curves, by blowing-up the moduli space of Deligne-Mumford stable curves. We introduce enriched spin curves, showing that a parameter space for these objects is obtained by blowing-up the moduli space of spin curves.
Recovering plane curves of low degree from their inflection lines and inflection points
Marco Pacini,Damiano Testa
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we consider the following problem: is it possible to recover a smooth plane curve of degree at least three from its inflection lines? We answer positively to the posed question for a general smooth plane quartic curve, making the additional assumption that also one inflection point is given, and for any smooth plane cubic curve.
Plane quartics with at least 8 hyperinflection points
Marco Pacini,Damiano Testa
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: A recent result shows that a general smooth plane quartic can be recovered from its 24 inflection lines and a single inflection point. Nevertheless, the question whether or not a smooth plane curve of degree at least 4 is determined by its inflection lines is still open. Over a field of characteristic 0, we show that it is possible to reconstruct any smooth plane quartic with at least 8 hyperinflection points by its inflection lines. Our methods apply also in positive characteristic, where we show a similar result, with two exceptions in characteristic 13.
Abel maps for curves of compact type
Juliana Coelho,Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Recently, the first Abel map for a stable curve of genus g>1 has been constructed. Fix an integer d>0 and let C be a stable curve of compact type of genus g>1. We construct two d-th Abel maps for C, having different targets, and we compare the fibers of the two maps. As an application, we get a characterization of hyperelliptic stable curves of compact type with two components via the 2-nd Abel map.
Semistable modifications of families of curves and compactified Jacobians
Eduardo Esteves,Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Given a family of nodal curves, a semistable modification of it is another family made up of curves obtained by inserting chains of rational curves of any given length at certain nodes of certain curves of the original family. We give comparison theorems between torsion-free, rank-1 sheaves in the former family and invertible sheaves in the latter. We apply them to show that there are functorial isomorphisms between the compactifications of relative Jacobians of families of nodal curves constructed through Caporaso's approach and those constructed through Pandharipande's approach.
Enriched curves and their tropical counterpart
Alex Abreu,Marco Pacini
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In her Ph.D. thesis, Main\`o introduced the notion of enriched structure on stable curves and constructed their moduli space. In this paper we give a tropical notion of enriched structure on tropical curves and construct a moduli space parametrizing these objects. Moreover, we use this construction to give a toric description of the scheme parametrizing enriched structures on a fixed stable curve.
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