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The speculation of toric types (also referred to as torus embeddings) describes a desirable interaction among algebraic geometry and the geometry of convex figures in genuine affine areas. This ebook is a unified updated survey of a number of the effects and fascinating purposes came across due to the fact toric kinds have been brought within the early 1970's. it's an up to date and corrected English variation of the author's e-book in eastern released via Kinokuniya, Tokyo in 1985. Toric types are the following handled as advanced analytic areas. with no assuming a lot past wisdom of algebraic geometry, the writer exhibits how basic convex figures provide upward thrust to attention-grabbing complicated analytic areas. simply visualized convex geometry is then used to explain algebraic geometry for those areas, similar to line bundles, projectivity, automorphism teams, birational ameliorations, differential types and Mori's thought. as a result this publication may well function an obtainable creation to present algebraic geometry. Conversely, the algebraic geometry of toric forms provides new perception into endured fractions in addition to their higher-dimensional analogues, the isoperimetric challenge and different questions about convex our bodies. correct effects on convex geometry are accrued jointly within the appendix.
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