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Those notes are in line with lectures given at Yale collage within the spring of 1969. Their item is to teach how algebraic features can be utilized systematically to increase sure notions of algebraic geometry,which tend to be taken care of via rational services through the use of projective equipment. the worldwide constitution that's typical during this context is that of an algebraic space—a area bought by way of gluing jointly sheets of affine schemes via algebraic features.
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3 — The vector bundles S d (Ω(1)) have no proper invariant subsheaves. Proof. Any invariant subsheaf G must necessarily be a subbundle, since SL(V ) acts transitively on P(V ). Let x ∈ P(V ) be a closed point corresponding to a hyperplane W ⊂ V . The isotropy subgroup SL(V )x acts via the canonical surjection SL(V )x → GL(W ) on the fibre S d (Ω(1))(x) = S d W . For any invariant subbundle G the fibre G(x) ⊂ S d W is an GL(W )-subrepresentation. But S d W is an irreducible representation, so that G(x) = 0 or = S d W , which means G = 0 or G = S d (Ω(1)).
E. the restriction of OX (1) to any fibre Xs is ample. Let F be a coherent OX -module. Consider the following assertions: 1. F is S-flat 2. For all sufficiently large m the sheaves f∗ (F (m)) are locally free. 3. The Hilbert polynomial P (Fs ) is locally constant as a function of s ∈ S. 2 — There are implications 1 ⇔ 2 ⇒ 3. If S is reduced then also 3 ⇒ 1. Proof. Thm. 9 in  ✷ This provides an important flatness criterion. If S is not reduced, it is easy to write down counterexamples to the implication 3 ⇒ 1.
Let K be a field extension of k. According to the previous lemma, the extended socle E of K ⊗ E is a proper submodule. The extended socle is invariant under all automorphisms of K/k and satisfies the condition Hom(E , K ⊗ E/E ) = 0. Thus E is already defined over k. 11 — If k is algebraically closed and E is a stable sheaf, then E is also gemetrically stable. 12 — Consider the full subcategory C(p) of Coh(X) consisting of all semistable sheaves E with reduced Hilbert polynomial p. Then C(p) is an abelian category in which all objects are Noetherian and Artinian.
Algebraic geometry by Shafarevich I.R.