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Seminar

Fibrations on the moduli of parabolic connections on P^1 minus 4 points

Simpson, C (Nice Sophia Antipolis)
Friday 18 March 2011, 11:30-12:30

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Abstract

This reports on joint work with Frank Loray and Masa-Hiko Saito. Given a connection with parabolic structure, one can look at the limit as $t\rightarrow 0$ in Hitchin's twistor space. The limit is a $C^*$-fixed Higgs bundle. Breaking up the moduli space according to the isomorphism class of the limit leads to a decomposition in locally closed subvarieties. In the case of rank $2$ connections on $P^1-\{ t_1,t_2,t_3,t_4\}$ we are able to show that the subvarieties are closed. They are the fibers of fibrations, depending on the parabolic weights, which are already known: appearing for example in work of Arinkin and Lysenko, and of Iwasaki, Inaba, Saito. Katz's middle convolution is one of Okamoto's symmetries exchanging the different types of fibrations.

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