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A stable curve is a projective curve with only normal crossing singularities and an ample canonical bundle. These are naturally degenerations of smooth projective curves of the same genus. By stable reduction (cf. 2]) every degeneration may be “resolved” to a stable one. These together imply that the moduli functor of stable curves of a given genus is a natural compactiﬁcation of the moduli functor of smooth curves of the same genus. As we want to understand degenerations of our preferred families, we have to allow normal crossings.
I. 46. Let f W Y ! L/ D 0 for j > 0: Proof. 68]. Not suprisingly Kawamata-Viehweg vanishing has interesting applications to the study of the singularities of klt pairs. 9)) stating that klt singularities are rational. Next we recall another consequence of Kawamata-Viehweg vanishing which is used to prove a version of inversion of adjunction. 47 (Kollár-Shokurov Connectedness). Let f W Y P ! X be a proper birational morphism where Y is smooth and X is normal. K C D/ is f -nef, then Y P Supp. i Wdi 1 Di / is connected in a neighborhood of any ﬁber of f .
11. Show that if f W Y ! X / is a divisor on X and G is a divisor on Y , then Chapter 2. 1) If D is big (resp. 2) If D is big (resp. pseudo-effective) and F is effective and its support contains all f -exceptional divisors, then f 1 D C F is big (resp. 3) Show that if G G 0 , then f G f G 0 . Deduce from this that if G is big (resp. 4) Give an example where G is not big, but f G is big. 12. X / such that Di 0, D1 Q D2 and D1 ^ D2 D 0. D 3 / has a multiple which is mobile. 13. X /. Show that if k is minimal, then r 1 ; : : : ; rk are linearly independent over Q.
Classification of Higher Dimensional Algebraic Varieties by Christopher D. Hacon, Sándor Kovács