By D. Abramovich, A. Bertram, L. Katzarkov, R. Pandharipande, M. Thaddeus (ed.)
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UN ) ∈ Jm (M ), where all ui lie in k[t]/(tm+1 ) (for the matrix computations that will follow we consider u as a column vector). We denote by ui ∈ k[]]] the lifting of ui that has degree ≤ m. Our assumption is that M −1 ord(Fi (u)) ≥ m + 1 for every i. An element in the ﬁber (ψm ) (u) is an N –uple ˘ LAWRENCE EIN AND MIRCEA MUSTAT ¸A 518 30 14 w = u + tm+1 v where v = (v1 , . . , vN ) ∈ (k[[t]])N , such that Fi (w) = 0 for every i. 1) j=1 ∂Fi (u)vj + t2(m+1) Ai (u, v), ∂xj where each Ai has all terms of degree ≥ 2 in the vj .
If in the deﬁnition of piecewise trivial ﬁbrations we assume only that W ∩ g −1 (Ti ) → Ti factors as W ∩ g −1 (Ti ) → Ti × F → Ti → Ti , u v w where u is an isomorphism, v is the projection, and w is bijective, then we say that W → W is a weakly piecewise trivial ﬁbration with ﬁber F . If char(k) = 0, then every bijective morphism is piecewise trivial with ﬁber Spec(k), and therefore the two notions coincide. 11 that if X is a nonsingular variety of dimension n, then the truncation maps Jm (X) → Jm−1 (X) are locally trivial with ﬁber An .
This is the crucial ingredient for relating the codimensions of cylinders in the spaces of arcs of X and of X, when X is a resolution of singularities of X. The reader already familiar with the basics about the codimension of cylinders in spaces of arcs can jump directly to §7. Here we give the interpretation of minimal log discrepancies from [EMY], but without any recourse to motivic integration. In addition, we prove our new description of these invariants in terms of contact loci in the jet schemes.
Algebraic Geometry: Seattle 2005: 2005 Summer Research Institute, July 25- August 12. 2005, Unversity Of Washington, Seattle, Washington part 1 by D. Abramovich, A. Bertram, L. Katzarkov, R. Pandharipande, M. Thaddeus (ed.)