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Bernstein–Sato polynomials of arbitrary varieties

  • Nero Budur (a1), Mircea Mustaţa (a2) and Morihiko Saito (a3)
Abstract

We introduce the notion of the Bernstein–Sato polynomial of an arbitrary variety (which is not necessarily reduced nor irreducible) using the theory of V-filtrations of M. Kashiwara and B. Malgrange. We prove that the decreasing filtration by multiplier ideals coincides essentially with the restriction of the V-filtration. This implies a relation between the roots of the Bernstein–Sato polynomial and the jumping coefficients of the multiplier ideals, and also a criterion for rational singularities in terms of the maximal root of the polynomial in the case of a reduced complete intersection. These are generalizations of the hypersurface case. We can calculate the polynomials explicitly in the case of monomial ideals.

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Compositio Mathematica
  • ISSN: 0010-437X
  • EISSN: 1570-5846
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