# Théorèmes de Bertini et Applications by J.P. Jouanolou

By J.P. Jouanolou

Bertini theorems are one of the most beneficial

statements in algebraic geometry. This

monograph fills the necessity for a contemporary, systematic

exposition. it is going to supply an advent to the

field for graduate scholars, in addition to a reference

for experts. incorporated during this quantity are contemporary

applications to the constitution of projective modules

of finite style and to connectivity theorems which

demonstrate the price of those theorems.

TABLE DE MATIERES

I - PROPRIETES CONSTRUCTIBLES ET THEOREMES DE BERTINI.

1 - Ensembles constructibles. 2

2 - Morphismes de kind fini : théorèmes de Chevalley et platitude five

générique.

3 - Corps commutatifs : extensions séparables, primaires, 17

universellement intègres.

4 - Constructibilité de certaines propriétés géométriques. 29

5-- Corps commutatifs : dérivations et différentielles. forty seven

6 - Théorèmes de Bertini. sixty two

7 - software à des questions de connexité. ninety one

II - constitution DES MODULES PROJECTIFS.

1 — Rang libre d'un module. ninety eight

2 - Théorème de Serre. ninety nine

3 - Théorème de simplification de Bass. a hundred and five

4 - Théorème de simplification de Suslin, 109

5 - Un théorème de Bertini. 121

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Prove: If L 1 and L2 are oriented two-component link diagrams and if L 1 1s ambient isotopic to L2, then lk(L 1 ) = lk(L2). ) 4. Let K be any oriented link diagram. Let the writhe of K (or twist number of K) be defined by the formula w(K) = I: t:(p) where C(K) denotes the pEC(K) set of crossings in the diagram K. Thus w( ~ ) = +3. Show that regularly isotopic links have the same writhe. 20 5. Check that the link W below has zero linking number - no matter how you orient its components. 6. The Borromean rings (shown here and in Figure 7) have the property that they are linked, but the removal of any component leaves two unlinked rings.

Let V(K) denote the number of crossings in the diagram K. Thus the highest power term contributed by S is (-1/~~ AV(K)+2t(S)-2. I claim that this is the highest degree term in (K) and that it occurs with exactly this coefficient ( -1 )t(S). 44 In order to see this assertion, take a good look at the state S: V=V(K)=17) W = W(K) = 10 = B(K) = 9 R = R(K) = 19 B By construction we see that llSll = f(S) - 1 = W - 1 where W = W(K) is the number of white (unshaded) regions in the two-coloring of the diagram. ~~

And 9. in due course. The Trefoil is Knotted. I conclude this section with a description of how to prove that the trefoil is knotted. Here is a trefoil diagram with its arcs colored (labelled) in three distinct 22 colors (R-red, B-blue, P-purple). R I claim that, with an appropriate notion of coloring, this property of being three-colored can be preserved under the Reidemeister moves. For example: p p However, note that under a type I move we may be forced to retain only one color at a vertex: Thus I shall say that a knot diagram K is three-colored if each arc in K is assigned one of the three colors (R, B, P), all three colors occur on the diagram and each crossing carries either three colors or one color.