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1. CJM Online first

Kitchloo, Nitu; Lorman, Vitaly; Wilson, W. Stephen
The $ER(2)$-cohomology of $B\mathbb{Z}/(2^q)$ and $\mathbb{C} \mathbb{P}^n$
The $ER(2)$-cohomology of $B\mathbb{Z}/(2^q)$ and $\mathbb{C}\mathbb{P}^n$ are computed along with the Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence for $ER(2)^*(\mathbb{C}\mathbb{P}^\infty)$. This, along with other papers in this series, gives us the $ER(2)$-cohomology of all Eilenberg-MacLane spaces.

Keywords:complex projective space, cohomology theory, Eilenberg-MacLane space, Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence
Categories:55N20, 55N91, 55P20, 55T25

2. CJM 2007 (vol 59 pp. 981)

Jiang, Yunfeng
The Chen--Ruan Cohomology of Weighted Projective Spaces
In this paper we study the Chen--Ruan cohomology ring of weighted projective spaces. Given a weighted projective space ${\bf P}^{n}_{q_{0}, \dots, q_{n}}$, we determine all of its twisted sectors and the corresponding degree shifting numbers. The main result of this paper is that the obstruction bundle over any 3\nobreakdash-multi\-sector is a direct sum of line bundles which we use to compute the orbifold cup product. Finally we compute the Chen--Ruan cohomology ring of weighted projective space ${\bf P}^{5}_{1,2,2,3,3,3}$.

Keywords:Chen--Ruan cohomology, twisted sectors, toric varieties, weighted projective space, localization
Categories:14N35, 53D45

3. CJM 2004 (vol 56 pp. 716)

Guardo, Elena; Van Tuyl, Adam
Fat Points in $\mathbb{P}^1 \times \mathbb{P}^1$ and Their Hilbert Functions
We study the Hilbert functions of fat points in $\popo$. If $Z \subseteq \popo$ is an arbitrary fat point scheme, then it can be shown that for every $i$ and $j$ the values of the Hilbert function $_{Z}(l,j)$ and $H_{Z}(i,l)$ eventually become constant for $l \gg 0$. We show how to determine these eventual values by using only the multiplicities of the points, and the relative positions of the points in $\popo$. This enables us to compute all but a finite number values of $H_{Z}$ without using the coordinates of points. We also characterize the ACM fat point schemes sing our description of the eventual behaviour. In fact, n the case that $Z \subseteq \popo$ is ACM, then the entire Hilbert function and its minimal free resolution depend solely on knowing the eventual values of the Hilbert function.

Keywords:Hilbert function, points, fat points, Cohen-Macaulay, multi-projective space
Categories:13D40, 13D02, 13H10, 14A15

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