Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics

Minimal Models and Extremal Rays (Kyoto, 2011)

Editors: János Kollár, Osamu Fujino, Shigeru Mukai, and Noboru Nakayama

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Editors
János Kollár, Osamu Fujino, Shigeru Mukai, and Noboru Nakayama

Conference
Minimal Models and Extremal Rays
June 20-24, 2011
RIMS, Kyoto University

Publication information
Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics, Volume 70
Tokyo, Japan: Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016
420 pp.

Dates
Publication date: 2016
First available in Project Euclid: 4 October 2018

Permanent link to this proceedings volume
https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.aspm/1538622693

Digital Object Identifier:
doi:10.2969/aspm/07010000

ISBN:
978-4-86497-037-2
978-4-86497-036-5

Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet):
MR3587803

Subjects
Primary: 14-06: Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc.
Secondary: 14E30: Minimal model program (Mori theory, extremal rays) 32-06: Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc.

Citation
Minimal Models and Extremal Rays (Kyoto, 2011), J. Kollár, O. Fujino, S. Mukai and N. Nakayama, eds. (Tokyo: Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016)

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Abstract

Since the appearance of extremal rays and the minimal model program in the early 1980s, we have seen the tremendous development of algebraic geometry. With this in mind, the conference on Minimal Models and Extremal Ray was held at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) at Kyoto University in June 2011. The purpose of the conference was to review the past, examine the present, and enjoy discussing the future.

This volume contains the proceedings of this conference and consists of one survey article on the mathematical work of Shigefumi Mori, who turned sixty in 2011, and thirteen research papers presented by the authors.