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Since r is regular, we may assume that ( b l , b2) is a basis of N . 1, there is no further lattice point in the triangle spanned by 0, b l , b2. Moreover, the lattice points b l , b2, vz lie in K , so the line segments [bl,b2] and 10, vi]intersect in a point of K . Since vi is an element of d K , it lies on the line segment [bl, b z ] , so it is one of the endpoints. We indicate how to construct the first subdividing vector v'; iterating that step then enables a recursive computation of all vectors v2: For the primitive spanning vectors y o , v E N of u,there is a lattice basis b l , b2 of N 2 Z 2 such that vo = b2 and v = m,bl - kb2 with an integer 1 5 k (see the following exercise).

Hence, the residue class group N/N, is free of rank n - d , and hence, the sublattice Nu admits a complement N' in N. We then choose Tn-d := N' @z @*. Eventually, we define 2, as the T,-toric variety associated to the cone o,considered as a (full-dimensional) cone in the real vector space (N,)R. 9 for details. 6. Given a lattice N "= Zn,then every finite collection w 1 , . . wi (in general, this sum is not direct). The two lattices lattice fi := intersect in a sublattice of finite index (such lattices are called commensurable in the associated real vector space Nw).

Then X maps C* isomorphically onto the subtorus T, of T. 3, we write X , = 2, x T,-1 = CC x T,-1 with the orbit 0,= ( 0 ) x T,-1 and closure Y := V,. For f E CC(X,), the multiplicity vy(f) in the divisor ( f ) is just the multiplicity of the function s ++ f ( s , t ) at s = 0, for Applying this to the special case f = x, the equation generic t E “,-I. s(Xy’) has multi0 plicity (x,A) at s = 0 for all t E T,-1. A divisor on X A of the form k D = EniDei i=l is called a toric divisor. The special case where all coefficients ni = 1 is of particular interest.