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1432-1823, 0025-5874

Paul Alexander Helminck

AbstractIn this paper we generalize the j-invariant criterion for the semistable reduction type of an elliptic curve to superelliptic curves X given by $$y^{n}=f(x)$$ y n = f ( x ) . We first define a set of tropical invariants for f(x) using symmetrized Plücker coordinates and we show that these invariants determine the tree associated to f(x). This tree then completely determines the reduction type of X for n that are not divisible by the residue characteristic. The conditions on the tropical invariants that distinguish between the different types are given by half-spaces as in the elliptic curve case. These half-spaces arise naturally as the moduli spaces of certain Newton polygon configurations. We give a procedure to write down their equations and we illustrate this by giving the half-spaces for polynomials of degree $$d\le {5}$$ d ≤ 5 .

Saeed Nasseh ◽  
Maiko Ono ◽  
Yuji Yoshino

Jonathan Hickman ◽  
Marina Iliopoulou

AbstractThe sharp range of $$L^p$$ L p -estimates for the class of Hörmander-type oscillatory integral operators is established in all dimensions under a general signature assumption on the phase. This simultaneously generalises earlier work of the authors and Guth, which treats the maximal signature case, and also work of Stein and Bourgain–Guth, which treats the minimal signature case.

Emiel Lorist ◽  
Zoe Nieraeth

AbstractWe prove that scalar-valued sparse domination of a multilinear operator implies vector-valued sparse domination for tuples of quasi-Banach function spaces, for which we introduce a multilinear analogue of the $${{\,\mathrm{UMD}\,}}$$ UMD condition. This condition is characterized by the boundedness of the multisublinear Hardy-Littlewood maximal operator and goes beyond examples in which a $${{\,\mathrm{UMD}\,}}$$ UMD condition is assumed on each individual space and includes e.g. iterated Lebesgue, Lorentz, and Orlicz spaces. Our method allows us to obtain sharp vector-valued weighted bounds directly from scalar-valued sparse domination, without the use of a Rubio de Francia type extrapolation result. We apply our result to obtain new vector-valued bounds for multilinear Calderón-Zygmund operators as well as recover the old ones with a new sharp weighted bound. Moreover, in the Banach function space setting we improve upon recent vector-valued bounds for the bilinear Hilbert transform.

Anna Marie Bohmann ◽  
Teena Gerhardt ◽  
Brooke Shipley

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