By Piotr Pragacz

ISBN-10: 3764385367

ISBN-13: 9783764385361

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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. We obtain in this way an isomorphism P(W )s /G M (2n + 3, 2n + 1, (n + 1)(2n + 1)), where P(W )s denotes the set of stable points in P(W ) and M (2n + 3, 2n + 1, (n + 1)(2n+ 1)) the ﬁne moduli space of stable sheaves of rank 2n+ 3 and Chern classes 2n + 1, (n + 1)(2n + 1).

If P2 = P(V ) (lines in V ), then we have a canonical exact sequence 0 → O(−1) → O ⊗ V → Q → 0. If S, T are algebraic varieties, pS , pT will denote the projections S × T → S, S × T → T respectively. If f : S → T is a morphism of algebraic varieties and E a coherent sheaf on T × X, let f (E) = (f × IX )∗ (E). 2. 1. Deﬁnitions Let S be a nonempty set of isomorphism classes of coherent sheaves on X. We say that S is open if for every family F of sheaves parametrized by an algebraic variety T , if t is a closed point of T such that Ft ∈ S then the same is true for all closed points in a suitable open neighbourhood of t in T .

A torsion free sheaf E is slope-(semi)stable if for all proper subsheaves F ⊂ E with rk F < rk E, deg F deg E (≤) . rk F rk E The number deg E/ rk E is called the slope of E. A sheaf is called slope-unstable if it is not slope-semistable. Sometimes this is referred to as Mumford (or Takemoto) stability. Using Riemann-Roch theorem, we ﬁnd PE (m) = rk E deg K mn−1 mn + (deg E − rk E ) + ··· n! 2 (n − 1)! where K is the canonical divisor. From this it follows that slope-stable =⇒ stable =⇒ semistable =⇒ slope-semistable Note that, if n = 1, Gieseker and Mumford (semi)stability coincide, because the Hilbert polynomial has degree 1.

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