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# Bordiga surface

In algebraic geometry, a Bordiga surface is a certain sort of rational surface of degree 6 in P4, introduced by Giovanni Bordiga.

A Bordiga surface is isomorphic to the projective plane blown up in 10 points, the embedding into P4 is given by the 5-dimensional space of quartics passing through the 10 points. White surfaces are the generalizations using more points.

References

Beauville, Arnaud (1996), Complex algebraic surfaces, London Mathematical Society Student Texts 34 (2nd ed.), Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-49510-3, MR 1406314

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