Generically nef vector bundles on ruled surfaces
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The present paper concerns the invariants of generically nef vector bundles on ruled surfaces. By Mehta–Ramanathan Restriction Theorem and by Miyaoka characterization of semistable vector bundles on a curve, the generic nefness can be considered as a weak form of semistability. We establish a Bogomolov-type inequality for generically nef vector bundles with nef general fiber restriction on ruled surfaces with no negative section, see Theorem 3.1. This gives an affirmative answer in this case to a problem posed by Peternell . Concerning ruled surfaces with a negative section, we prove a similar result for generically nef vector bundles, with nef and balanced general fiber restriction and with a numerical condition on first Chern class, which is satisfied, for instance, if in its class there is a reduced divisor, see Theorem 3.5. Finally, we use such results to bound the invariants of curve fibrations, which factor through finite covers of ruled surfaces.
KeywordsVector bundles Chern classes Fibrations Finite covers
Mathematics Subject Classification14J60 14D06
This research is supported by national MIUR funds, PRIN project Geometria delle varietà algebriche (2015). Beorchia Valentina is also supported by national MIUR funds FINANZIAMENTO ANNUALE INDIVIDUALE DELLE ATTIVITÀ BASE DI RICERCA - 2018. Zucconi Francesco is supported by Università degli Studi di Udine - DIMA project Geometry PRIDZUCC2017.
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