By Kayo Masuda, Hideo Kojima, Takashi Kishimoto

The current quantity grew out of a global convention on affine algebraic geometry held in Osaka, Japan in the course of 3-6 March 2011 and is devoted to Professor Masayoshi Miyanishi at the celebration of his seventieth birthday. It includes sixteen refereed articles within the components of affine algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and comparable fields, that have been the operating fields of Professor Miyanishi for nearly 50 years. Readers can be capable of finding fresh traits in those parts too. the themes include either algebraic and analytic, in addition to either affine and projective, difficulties. all of the effects taken care of during this quantity are new and unique which therefore will supply clean examine difficulties to discover. This quantity is appropriate for graduate scholars and researchers in those components.

Readership: Graduate scholars and researchers in affine algebraic geometry.

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If y1 is a root of the non-constant April 1, 2013 10:34 12 Lai Fun - 8643 - Aﬃne Algebraic Geometry - Proceedings 9in x 6in aﬃne-master I. Arzhantsev and M. Zaidenberg polynomial 1 + ya1 (y) then γ induces a constant map on the line y = y1 , a contradiction. Hence k = 0. Thus Stab(Cy ) = Jonq+ (A2 ). The proof of the second assertion is similar. In the following two corollaries we describe the stabilizers of the canonical curves of types (II)–(IV). 9. If C = i=1 Li is a union of r ≥ 2 aﬃne lines in A2 through the origin then Stab(C) ⊆ GL(2, C).

1. Free amalgamated product structure Consider again an aﬃne toric surface Xd,e = A2 /Gd,e . We assume as usual that 1 ≤ e < d, gcd(d, e) = 1, and Gd,e = g , where g : (x, y) −→ (ζ e x, ζy) with ζ = exp 2πi d . 1. Let G ⊆ GL(2, C). Letting as before N (G) denote the normalizer of G in the group GL(2, C) and N (G) that in the group Aut(A2 ), we abbreviate Nd,e = N (Gd,e ) and Nd,e = N (Gd,e ) . It is easily seen that ⎧ ⎪ ⎪ ⎨GL(2, C) Nd,e = N (T) = T, τ ⎪ ⎪ ⎩T if e = 1, if e > 1 and e2 ≡ 1 mod d, otherwise, where τ : (x, y) −→ (y, x) is a twist and T stands for the maximal torus in GL(2, C) consisting of the diagonal matrices.

This phenomenon can be seen on the following simple examples. 3. Letting d = 2 any element f ∈ k[t] can be written as f = f0 + f1 , where f0 is even and f1 is odd. e. e. f1 = 0. 4. Consider a pair of elements γ, γ˜ ∈ Jonq+ (A2k ), γ : (x, y) → (αx + f (y), βy) and ˜ , γ˜ : (x, y) → (˜ αx + f˜(y), βy) and f˜(y) = where am y m f (y) = m≥0 a ˜m y m . m≥0 Then γ and γ˜ commute if and only if (13) am (β˜m − α) ˜ =a ˜m (β m − α) ∀m ≥ 0 . Proof. The proof is easy and is left to the reader. Recall that a quasitorus is a product of a torus and a ﬁnite abelian group.