Varieties admitting Frobenius splittings exhibit very nice properties.
For example, many nice properties of toric varieties can be deduced from
the fact that they are Frobenius split. Varieties admitting a diagonal
splitting exhibit even nicer properties. In this talk I will give an
overview over the consequences of the existence of such splittings and
then discuss criteria for toric varieties to be diagonally split.
- Algebraic Geometry Seminar