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On the general classification of plane quartic curves.

Warren Gardner Bullard

On the general classification of plane quartic curves.

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Published in Worcester, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Curves, Quartic.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA565 .B93
    The Physical Object
    Pagination193-208 p.
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6959013M
    LC Control Number05026635
    OCLC/WorldCa10415057

      Median: The median is the "middle value" in a series of numbers ordered from least to the total number of values in a list is odd, the median is the middle entry. When the total number of values in a list is even, the median is equal to the sum of Author: Anne Helmenstine. Elementary synthetic geometry of the point, line and circle in the plane by Dupuis Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites owned by authors and publishers. For example, if one projects the cubic from a point which is not on any line (most points of the cubic are like this) then we obtain a double cover of the plane branched along a smooth quartic curve. The 27 lines are mapped to 27 out of the 28 bitangents to this quartic curve ; the 28th line is the image of the exceptional locus of the blow-up.


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On the forms of plane quartic curves. Buy A Catalog of Special Plane Curves Suitable for students and researchers in geometry and computer science, the text begins by introducing general properties of curves and types of derived curves.

Subsequent chapters apply these properties to conics and polynomials, cubic and quartic curves, algebraic curves of high degree, and Cited by: sections of the curve are quintics £ where £ is made to contain in.

The two rational quintics obtainable from R by projection from tí and section by m are conjugate curves. The general line, p, of S6 carries a unique space quadrisecant to R; in the theory of binary forms this means that there is a unique quartic. In this paper, we study the 3-Weierstrass points on smooth projective plane quartic curves and investigate their geometry.

Moreover, we use a technique to determine in a very precise way the distribution of such points on any smooth projective plane quartic curve. We also give a variety of examples that illustrate and enrich the by: 1.

For example, the genus of a quartic curve with a single double point and no other singularities equals 3−1 = 2, and that is not of the form d−1 2, so there is no nonsingular plane model of this curve. Nonsingular models can be found by blowup, but they will in general live in some higherdimensional space.

However, it is always possible. qon a non- singular plane quartic curve, that is, a curve of genus 3. This article surveys this problem and its background. For contrast, curves of genus 1 and 2 are also considered. Key Words and Phrases:Cubic surface – Quartic curve.

Zeuthen () has discussed the various forms of plane curves of the fourth order, showing the relation between his results and those of Klein on cubic surfaces.

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A smooth quartic curve in the complex projective plane has 36 inequivalent representations as a symmetric determinant of linear forms and 63 representations as a sum of three : Marat Gizatullin. In mathematics, a plane On the general classification of plane quartic curves.

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Weber’s formula for the bitangents of a smooth plane quartic this note aims to prove Weber’s formula for the bitangents of the curve from a modern point of view. explanation On the general classification of plane quartic curves.

book the subject can be found in Dolgachev’s book [Do12] and in Gross and Harris’s paper [GH04]. We study the structure of function fields of plane curves following our method developed in [K. Miura, H. Yoshihara, Field theory for function fields of plane quartic curves, J.

Algebra () –]. Especially, we study Galois points on singular plane quartic curves and Cited by: It is contained in his classification of cubic curves which appears in Curves by Sir Isaac Newtonin Lexicon Technicumby John Harris published in London in Newton was the first to undertake such a systematic study of cubic equations and he classified them into 72 different cases.

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An example of such a curve that is not a Weierstrass equation is the Fermat curve x3 +y3 = 1, with points (x,y) = (1,0), (0 File Size: 2MB. It suffices to show that the plane quartic curve C is a canonical curve. Using adjunction formula, K C = i C ∗ (O P 2 (− 3) ⊗ O P 2 (4)) = i C ∗ O P 2 (1).

So i C: C ↪ P 2 is a canonical embedding. A general plane quartic curve is a curve of the form Ax^4+By^4+Cx^3y+Dx^2y^2+Exy^3+Fx^3+Gy^3+Hx^2y+Ixy^2+Jx^2+Ky^2+Lxy+Mx+Ny+O=0. (1) Examples include the ampersand curve, bean curve, bicorn, bicuspid curve, bifoliate, bifolium, bitangent-rich curve, bow, bullet nose, butterfly curve, capricornoid, cardioid, Cartesian ovals.

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The curves and the values of their parameters are illustrated by nearly 90 images from a CalComp digital incremental plotter. edition. The B, H, and D curves for these cases are straightforward generalizations of those given in, and they may be derived as for the quartic and cubic cases.

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These lines exist in the complex projective plane, but it is possible to define quartic curves for which all 28 of these lines have real numbers as their coordinates and therefore belong to the Euclidean plane. An explicit quartic with twenty-eight real bitangents was first.

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