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Jan
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comment Cohomology and deformations of moduli of vector bundles
sorry Olivier, I might not have been clear. I am only talking about the case when $X$ is the moduli space.
Jan
13
comment Cohomology and deformations of moduli of vector bundles
sorry, I meant: Thank you, Jason. Yes in fact that's what I knew. In the case of stable bundles with trivial determinant the variety is still smooth and unirational, but just quasi-projective...
Jan
13
comment Cohomology and deformations of moduli of vector bundles
Yes in fact that's what I knew
Jan
13
asked Cohomology and deformations of moduli of vector bundles
Oct
30
accepted Quartic symmetroids and 10-points sets
Oct
30
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
29
asked Quartic symmetroids and 10-points sets
Oct
28
accepted Self intersection and deformations
Oct
28
asked Self intersection and deformations
Aug
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asked Families of trigonal curves with hyperelliptic limit
Jul
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May
26
comment Trigonal loci in Teichmueller spaces
btw why did you wanted to know? I am curious
May
26
answered Trigonal loci in Teichmueller spaces
Feb
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Feb
5
revised Stable Vector bundles
some typos and improved readability
Feb
5
suggested approved edit on Stable Vector bundles
Feb
3
revised projective map from $\overline{\mathcal{M}}_{0,n}$
(made the question clearer and added the hypothesis of normality)
Feb
3
comment projective map from $\overline{\mathcal{M}}_{0,n}$
@Hacon: yes you are right, it was probably me who expressed badly the question. I will re-edit eventually. My point is that I am not that good enough at birational geometry to understand what kind of singularity will I get just by knowing the set of exceptional curves (or divisors, if you prefer).
Feb
2
comment projective map from $\overline{\mathcal{M}}_{0,n}$
@Jason: and would normality be enough, in your opinion?
Jan
31
asked projective map from $\overline{\mathcal{M}}_{0,n}$