Finite or infinite? One key to algebraic cycles

Finite or infinite? One key to algebraic cycles - Burt Totaro

Burt Totaro
University of California, Los Angeles; Member, School of Mathematics
February 2, 2015
Algebraic cycles are linear combinations of algebraic subvarieties of an algebraic variety. We want to know whether all algebraic subvarieties can be built from finitely many, in a suitable sense. We present some recent results and counterexamples.