Algebraic Cycles, Sheaves, Shtukas, and Moduli: Impanga by Piotr Pragacz

Algebraic Geometry

By Piotr Pragacz

Articles learn the contributions of the nice mathematician J. M. Hoene-Wronski. even if a lot of his paintings was once disregarded in the course of his lifetime, it's now well-known that his paintings deals useful perception into the character of arithmetic. The booklet starts with elementary-level discussions and ends with discussions of present study. lots of the fabric hasn't ever been released earlier than, supplying clean views on Hoene-Wronski’s contributions.

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Then we have R(M ) ≥ 2r0 (M ). If M is quasi free then we have R(M ) = 2r0 (M ) if and only if M is free. 1. Let M be a quasi free O2,P -module, and r0 an integer such that 0 < 2r0 ≤ R(M ). Then M can be deformed in quasi free modules N such that r0 (N ) = r0 if and only if r0 ≥ r0 (M ). It follows that if a quasi locally free sheaf E on C2 can be deformed in quasi locally free sheaves F such that r0 (F ) = r0 then we must have r0 ≥ r0 (E). The converse is not true: if R(E) is even, and if E can be deformed in locally free sheaves, then we have Deg(E) ≡ R(E) 2 deg(L) (mod 2).

1. A O2,P -module is reflexive if and only it is torsion free. 2. A coherent sheaf on C2 is reflexive if and only if it is torsion free. If m ≥ 1, let Im,P =⊂ O2,P be the ideal generated by xm and z. 7. Local structure of torsion free sheaves. Let M be a torsion free O2,P module. Then there exist integers m, q, n1 , . . , np such that p Ini ,P M ⊕ mO2,P ⊕ qOC,P . 3. Deformations of sheaves If E is a coherent sheaf on C then the canonical morphism Ext1On (E, E) −→ Ext1OS (E, E) is an isomorphism.

We will show that when X = P2 then there exists simple sheaves E such that Ext2 (E, E) = {0} and which can be deformed into stable admissible sheaves. Let n be a positive integer. We consider morphisms of vector bundles on P2 O ⊗ C2n−1 −→ Q ⊗ C2n+1 . Let W = Hom(O ⊗ C2n−1 , Q ⊗ C2n+1 ). The reductive group G = SL(2n − 1) × SL(2n + 1) acts on P(W ), and there is an obvious linearization of this action. According to [1] a morphism φ ∈ W is semi-stable if and only if it is stable, if and only if it is injective (as a morphism of sheaves) and coker(φ) is stable.

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