Hilbert scheme

Hilbert schemes are moduli spaces of subvarieties of a quasi-projective variety with fixed Hilbert polynomial?. They’re very nice as moduli spaces go, in that they’re actually quasi-projective varieties.

The existence and construction of Hilbert schemes is due to Grothendieck (FGA).

The Hilbert scheme of 2\mathbb{C}^2 is widely studied in combinatorics and geometric representation theory for its connections to Macdonald polynomials and Cherednik algebras.

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