By Bruno Benedetti, Emanuele Delucchi, Luca Moci

Combinatorics performs a sought after position in modern arithmetic, as a result of the brilliant improvement it has skilled within the final 20 years and its many interactions with different subjects.

This booklet arises from the INdAM convention "CoMeTA 2013 - Combinatorial equipment in Topology and Algebra,'' which was once held in Cortona in September 2013. the development introduced jointly rising and best researchers on the crossroads of Combinatorics, Topology and Algebra, with a selected concentrate on new developments in matters resembling: hyperplane preparations; discrete geometry and combinatorial topology; polytope concept and triangulations of manifolds; combinatorial algebraic geometry and commutative algebra; algebraic combinatorics; and combinatorial illustration theory.

The publication is split into elements. the 1st expands at the issues mentioned on the convention through delivering extra heritage and factors, whereas the second one offers unique contributions on new traits within the themes addressed through the conference.

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The complement of the parallel connection of two arrangements is diffeomorphic to the product of the respective complements, by a result of Falk and Proudfoot [4]. Then the characteristic varieties of the result are given by a formula due to Papadima and Suciu [6]. A ; m/. By analogy with a construction involving monomial ideals, we use parallel connection to attach to each hyperplane H the central arrangement of mH lines in C2 , to obtain a simple arrangement we denote by A km. A km/ ! A / ! A ; m/ !

A ; m/. By analogy with a construction involving monomial ideals, we use parallel connection to attach to each hyperplane H the central arrangement of mH lines in C2 , to obtain a simple arrangement we denote by A km. A km/ ! A / ! A ; m/ ! A /. Using this fact, we prove the following. Theorem 7 Suppose A admits a pointed multinet, with distinguished hyperplane H and multiplicity m. Let p be a prime dividing mH . There is then a choice of multiplicities m0 on the deletion A 0 D A n fHg such that the ˇ Milnor fiber of the ˇ polarization A 0 km0 has p-torsion in homology, in degree 1 C ˇfK 2 A 0 W m0K 3gˇ.

A // ! k that factor through ı. A /; Z/ will have non-trivial p-torsion. A ; m/, with positive integer weights mH attached to each hyperplane H 2 A . A // ZN , xH 7! mH , where N denotes the sum of the weights. Fix a prime p. A 0 ; m0 /; Z/ has p-torsion. B/; Z/ has p-torsion. 34 G. I. Suciu 3 Characteristic Varieties Our arguments depend on properties of the jump loci of rank 1 local systems. X; k / had dimension at least d. Suppose X ! X is a regular cover, defined by an epimorphism W G ! X ; k/ D d 1 ˇim.