By A.N. Parshin (editor), I.R. Shafarevich (editor), Yu.G. Prokhorov, Yu.G. Prokhorov, S. Tregub, V.A. Iskovskikh

This EMS quantity offers an exposition of the constitution concept of Fano forms, i.e. algebraic types with an considerable anticanonical divisor. This ebook could be very worthwhile as a reference and study consultant for researchers and graduate scholars in algebraic geometry.

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When we normalize so that the determinant of n (or equivalently of m) is 1, we need to write αz n(z) = −1 , α and so τ (n) = τ (p ◦ m ◦ p−1 ) = τ (m) = (α + α−1 )2 . In the case in which m is elliptic, so that |α| = 1, write α = eiθ for some θ in (0, π). Calculating, we see that τ (m) = (α + α−1 )2 = eiθ + e−iθ 2 = 4 cos2 (θ). In particular, we have that τ (m) is real and lies in the interval [0, 4). In the case in which m is loxodromic, so that |α| ̸= 1, we write α = ρeiθ for some ρ > 0, ρ ̸= 1, and some θ in [0, π).

Substituting this calculation into the equation for A given above yields βz + βz + γ 1 1 = β (w − b) + β (w − b) + γ a a β β β β w+ = w − b − b + γ = 0. a a a a As βa b + βa b = 2 Re βa b is real and as the coeﬃcients of w and w are complex conjugates, this shows that w also satisfies the equation of a Euclidean line. Hence, f takes Euclidean lines in C to Euclidean lines in C. The proof that f takes Euclidean circles to Euclidean circles is similar and is left as an exercise. 2 Show that the homeomorphism f of C defined by setting f (z) = az + b for z ∈ C and f (∞) = ∞, where a, b ∈ C and a ̸= 0, takes Euclidean circles in C to Euclidean circles in C.

As m◦f fixes ∞ and lies in HomeoC (C), we see that m◦f takes Euclidean lines in C to Euclidean lines in C, and it takes Euclidean circles in C to Euclidean circles in C. Also, if X and Y are two Euclidean lines in C that intersect at some point z0 , and if m ◦ f (X) = X and m ◦ f (Y ) = Y , then m ◦ f (z0 ) = z0 and so z0 is contained in this set Z of points fixed by m ◦ f . For each s ∈ R, let V (s) be the vertical line in C through s and let H(s) be the horizontal line in C through is. Let H be any horizontal line in C.