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Haidong Liu
23:20
here means moduli space for slc in general, is mom
Haidong Liu
23:47
here means module
Haidong Liu
24:01
sorry
Wenfei Liu
30:21
Also P^1 * P^1 degenerates P(1,1,2)
Yuchen Liu
30:35
Yes
Wenfei Liu
01:00:17
Does the speaker mean Kss but not Ks?
Yuchen Liu
01:00:29
Yes
Yuchen Liu
01:00:32
K-semistable
Wenfei Liu
01:00:48
thx
Zhiyu Tian
01:23:41
It seems that the talks are recorded. Will the video be available online?
Wenfei Liu
01:26:43
The talks are recorded. We will put them on the website soon
Lena Ji
01:27:41
Will the notes be posted as well?
Harold Blum
01:30:42
I’m happy to share the notes with those that request them
Xiaowei Wang
01:31:24
I would love to have a copy of notes, Harold
Harold Blum
01:35:23
That works. I’ll send them to Wenfei who can distribute them more widely. One should also note that much of the content (besides the last 15-20 minutes) is included in Chenyang’s survey paper http://math.mit.edu/~cyxu/Kstability.pdf
Jingjun Han
02:11:38
I think you need fano to conclude finitely many
Jingjun Han
02:16:26
deg 8 is not P^1*P^1?
Wenfei Liu
02:16:42
2 cases
chuyu
02:35:29
I think it’s not due to normalization, but the base change
chuyu
02:35:50
It’s the semistable reduction to make it reduced
Jingjun Han
02:37:08
sounds reasonable
Ziwen Zhu
02:56:32
I think on the left-hand side of the correspondence, we are looking at all test configurations instead of just special test configurations.
chuyu
03:04:52
Yes, this is the correspondence
chuyu
03:24:38
In the examples where you computes \alpha, it’s in fact \alpha_1 at first sight.