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Linear system of divisors

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  1. the concept of a linear system of divisors arose first in the form of a linear system of algebraic curves in the projective plane

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  2. a term from mathematics

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  3. Linear systems are still at the heart of contemporary algebraic geometry

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  4. assumed a more general form, through gradual generalisation, so that one could speak of linear equivalence of divisors D on a general algebraic variety V

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  5. Given the fundamental idea of a rational function on a general variety V, or in other words of a function F in the function field of V, a divisor D is by definition linearly equivalent to all divisors where (F) denotes the divisor of zeroes and poles

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