Classifying Fano complexity-one T-varieties via divisorial polytopes

@article{Ilten2017ClassifyingFC,
  title={Classifying Fano complexity-one T-varieties via divisorial polytopes},
  author={N. Ilten and M. Mishna and Charlotte Trainor},
  journal={manuscripta mathematica},
  year={2017},
  volume={158},
  pages={463-486}
}
The correspondence between Gorenstein Fano toric varieties and reflexive polytopes has been generalized by Ilten and Süß to a correspondence between Gorenstein Fano complexity-one T-varieties and Fano divisorial polytopes. Motivated by the finiteness of reflexive polytopes in fixed dimension, we show that over a fixed base polytope, there are only finitely many Fano divisorial polytopes, up to equivalence. We classify two-dimensional Fano divisorial polytopes, recovering Huggenberger’s… Expand
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