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Gorenstein Fano Generic Torus Orbit in $G/P$

@inproceedings{Montagard2018GorensteinFG,
  title={Gorenstein Fano Generic Torus Orbit in \$G/P\$},
  author={Pierre-Louis Montagard and Alvaro Rittatore},
  year={2018}
}
Given a simple algebraic group G and a parabolic subgroup P ⊂ G, with maximal torus T , we consider the closure X of a generic T -orbit (in the sense of Dabrowski’s work) in G/P , and determine when X is a GorensteinFano variety. We deduce of this classification a list of some pairs of dual reflexive polytopes. 

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