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- PublicationTANNAKIAN CLASSIFICATION OF EQUIVARIANT PRINCIPAL BUNDLES ON TORIC VARIETIES(01-12-2020)
;Biswas, Indranil; Poddar, MainakShow more Let X be a complete toric variety equipped with the action of a torus T, and G a reductive algebraic group, defined over an algebraically closed field K. We introduce the notion of a compatible ∑-filtered algebra associated to X, generalizing the notion of a compatible ∑-filtered vector space due to Klyachko, where ∑ denotes the fan of X. We combine Klyachko's classification of T-equivariant vector bundles on X with Nori's Tannakian approach to principal G-bundles, to give an equivalence of categories between T-equivariant principal G-bundles on X and certain compatible ∑-filtered algebras associated to X, when the characteristic of K is 0.Show more - PublicationToric co-higgs bundles on toric varieties(01-01-2021)
;Biswas, Indranil; ;Poddar, MainakRayan, StevenShow more Starting from the data of a nonsingular complex projective toric variety, we define an associated notion of toric co-Higgs bundle. We provide a Lie-theoretic classification of these objects by studying the interaction between Klyachko’s fan filtration and the fiber of the co-Higgs bundle at a closed point in the open orbit of the torus action. This can be interpreted, under certain conditions, as the construction of a coarse moduli scheme of toric co-Higgs bundles of any rank and with any total equivariant Chern class.Show more - PublicationErratum for â€œStability of Equivariant Vector Bundles over Toric Varietiesâ€(01-01-2021)
;Dasgupta, Jyoti; Khan, BivasShow more We correct the proof of [2, Proposition 3.1.1].Show more - PublicationStability of Equivariant Vector Bundles over Toric Varieties(01-01-2020)
;Dasgupta, Jyoti; Khan, BivasShow more We give a complete answer to the question of (semi)stability of tangent bundles on any nonsingular complex pro-jective toric variety with Picard number 2 by using combinatorial criterion of (semi)stability of an equivariant sheaf. We also give a complete answer to the question of (semi)stability of tangent bundles on all toric Fano 4-folds with Picard number ≤ 3 which are classified by Batyrev [1]. We construct a collection of equivariant indecomposable rank 2 vector bundles on Bott towers and pseudo-symmetric toric Fano varieties. Furthermore, in case of Bott towers, we show the existence of an equivariant stable rank 2 vector bundle with certain Chern classes with respect to a suitable polarization.Show more - PublicationClassification, Reduction, and Stability of Toric Principal Bundles(01-01-2023)
;Dasgupta, Jyoti ;Khan, Bivas ;Biswas, Indranil; Poddar, MainakShow more Let X be a complex toric variety equipped with the action of an algebraic torus T, and let G be a complex linear algebraic group. We classify all T-equivariant principal G-bundles E over X and the morphisms between them. When G is connected and reductive, we characterize the equivariant automorphism group Aut T(E) of E as the intersection of certain parabolic subgroups of G that arise naturally from the T-action on E . We then give a criterion for the equivariant reduction of the structure group of E to a Levi subgroup of G in terms of Aut T(E) . We use it to prove a principal bundle analogue of Kaneyama’s theorem on equivariant splitting of torus equivariant vector bundles of small rank over a projective space. When X is projective and G is connected and reductive, we show that the notions of stability and equivariant stability are equivalent for any T-equivariant principal G-bundle over X.Show more - PublicationOn stability of tangent bundle of toric varieties(01-10-2021)
;Biswas, Indranil; ;Genc, OzhanPoddar, MainakShow more Let X be a nonsingular complex projective toric variety. We address the question of semi-stability as well as stability for the tangent bundle TX. In particular, a complete answer is given when X is a Fano toric variety of dimension four with Picard number at most two, complementing the earlier work of Nakagawa (Tohoku. Math. J.45 (1993) 297–310; 46 (1994) 125–133). We also give an infinite set of examples of Fano toric varieties for which TX is unstable; the dimensions of this collection of varieties are unbounded. Our method is based on the equivariant approach initiated by Klyachko (Izv. Akad. Nauk. SSSR Ser. Mat.53 (1989) 1001–1039, 1135) and developed further by Perling (Math. Nachr. 263/264 (2004) 181–197) and Kool (Moduli spaces of sheaves on toric varieties, Ph.D. thesis (2010) (University of Oxford); Adv. Math. 227 (2011) 1700–1755).Show more - PublicationChen–Ruan cohomology and orbifold Euler characteristic of moduli spaces of parabolic bundles(2024-08-01)
;Biswas, Indranil ;Chakraborty, SujoyShow more We consider the moduli space of stable parabolic Higgs bundles of rank r and fixed determinant, and having full flag quasi-parabolic structures over an arbitrary parabolic divisor on a smooth connected complex projective curve X of genus g, with g≥2. The group Γ of r-torsion points of the Jacobian of X acts on this moduli space. We describe the connected components of the various fixed point loci of this moduli under non-trivial elements from Γ. When the Higgs field is zero, or in other words when we restrict ourselves to the moduli of stable parabolic bundles, we also compute the orbifold Euler characteristic of the corresponding global quotient orbifold. We also describe the Chen–Ruan cohomology groups of this orbifold under certain conditions on the rank and degree, and describe the Chen–Ruan product structure in special cases.Show more