The Geometry of Arithmetic Noncommutative Projective Lines

Abstract

Let k be a perfect field and let K/k be a finite extension of fields. An arithmetic noncommutative projective line is a noncommutative space of the form ProjSK(V ), where V be a k-central two-sided vector space over K of rank two and SK(V ) is the noncommutative symmetric algebra generated by V over K defined by M. Van den Bergh [26]. We study the geometry… (More)

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@inproceedings{Nyman2013TheGO, title={The Geometry of Arithmetic Noncommutative Projective Lines}, author={Adam Nyman}, year={2013} }