HOME PAGE of Paolo Aluffi
Something about myself
- Position: Professor of Mathematics, Florida State University
- Address: Math. Dept., F.S.U., Tallahassee, FL 32306
- Telephone: (850)-644-1047
- Email: my lastname at math dot fsu dot edu
- A reasonably up-to-date
pedigree, according to the
Mathematics Genealogy Project.
- I am one of the managing editors of the
Journal of Singularities, a publication of the
Worldwide Center of Mathematics.
- Recent work:
Shadows of characteristic cycles, Verma modules, and positivity of
Chern-Schwartz-MacPherson classes of Schubert cells,
with Leonardo Mihalcea, Jörg Schürmann, Changjian Su;
Newton-Okounkov bodies and Segre classes, arXiv:1809.07344.
Positivity of Segre-MacPherson classes, with Leonardo C. Mihalcea,
Jörg Schürmann, Changjian Su, arXiv:1902.00762.
Motivic Chern Classes of Schubert cells, Hecke algebras, and
applications to Casselman's problem, with Leonardo C. Mihalcea,
Jörg Schürmann, Changjian Su, arXiv:1902.10101.
Motives of melonic graphs, with Matilde Marcolli, Waleed Qaisar,
Intersection theory, characteristic classes, and algebro-geometric Feynman
rules, with Matilde Marcolli.
Segre classes and invariants of singular varieties.
errata for the first printing of
Algebra: Chapter 0.
errata for the second printing.
(Last updated: 3/19/21. Many thanks to Batuhan Bayir, Michael
Janou Glaeser, Sergey Guminov, Doyeong Kim, Mikulas Klokocka, Andy Li,
E. Qiang, Duncan Ramage, Menachem Rosenberg, and Alex Scheffelin
for the latest pointers.)
Note: A second printing of the book is available on the
AMS bookstore webpage.
There is no mention on the AMS webpage that this is a corrected reprint, but
this version does incorporate the errata to the first printing (through 2015).
If you run into this book and want to know whether it is the corrected
version, look for a "Preface to the second printing" on p. xv. If it is
not there, the version you are looking at is the first printing. If it is,
you are looking at the corrected printing.
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