Friday, September 09, 2011
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"Dilogarithm Motives Arising in Physics"
Talk given at "Algebraic Geometry, K-theory, and Motives" (a conference dedicated to Andrei Suslin's 60th birthday) St. Petersburg, Russia June 25-29, 2010.
In this very clear talk, Bloch explains how one is often writing down interesting periods on n-dimensional projective space when doing high energy physics. One can start with a hypersurface defined by the vanishing of a certain configuration polynomial F of degree d. F determines the hypersurface X, and X determines the motive.