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Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra. In Honor of by Hiroaki Hikikata

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2). Let U = C - [fi=1 Qi and Vi be the valuation associated l to the D V R C~ . We may assume Q = Qi. Since C\j (= U~ C) is a semi-local Dedekind domain, one can find dx = ci/u G Cu with ci G C and u e U such 460 J. N i S H i M U R A and T. NISHIMURA that v i ( c i ) = ei - 1 and Vj(C[) > e, (2 < j < t). Taking C 2 G H Q ' - ( j ! =i U with Q' G V ( x ) - A s s ( C / x C ) , let c = C\ -C2 for sufficiently large v. Then, being i = x/c, we have £CnC = Π(ζΒΊηΒΊ) D Q (cf. 5)). Thus, £CnC = Q. Therefore, our proof of Lemma in [15] brings the conclusion.

On Weierstrass Models 431 Let D be the image by τ' of the proper transform o(FxB" by φ. Then e(D) > 0. 4). This is a contradiction. d. 1) continued. Take λ : Υ' —• Y so that degA is as small as possible. 10], λ is étale outside of the closed subset Ζ of Y with codimy Ζ > 2. 1). d. References [Κ] Y . Kawamata, Minimal models and the Kodaira dimension of algebraic fiber spaces, J. für die reine und angew. Math. 363 (1985), 1-46. [V] E. Viehweg, Weak positivity and the additivity of the Kodaira dimension for certain fiber spaces, in Algebraic and Analytic Varieties, (S.

Then A is also quasi-excellent. Ideal-adic Completion of Noetherian Rings II 455 Notation. In this note, all rings are commutative with 1. Standard notation and terminology are those of Bourbaki[2], EGA[5], Matsumura[12] and Nagata[13]. We also use the same terminology as in [16] except: a universally Japanese ring is called here a nagata ring. , — For a local ring (A, m), we say P ( A ) is true ("P(A) holds", or simply P(>1)), when A have the property P . 1. Let Ay Β be noetherian rings. 2) P((B ®A k')P>) is true for any p G Spec(^l) and any P' G Spec(ß <8U k') of any finite extension field k' over κ(ρ).

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