Pelham M. H. Wilson

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In earlier papers [Wilson 04, Totaro 04], the S-invariant of a ternary cubic f was interpreted in terms of the curvature of related Riemannian and pseudo-Riemannian metrics — this is clarified further in Section 1. In the case when f arises from the cubic form on the second cohomology of a smooth projective threefold with second Betti number three, the(More)
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