Let $E$ be a vector bundle over a compact connected Hausdorff space $X$. To an endomorphism $\alpha \in End(E)$, we associate a $C(X)-$ module $\Gamma(E,\alpha)$ consisting of all $\beta\in End(E)$ such that there exists a $\gamma \in End(E)$ with $\beta=\alpha \circ \gamma$.

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Is $\Gamma(E,\alpha)$ necessarily a projective $C(X)-$ module? Is it necessarilly a finitly generated module? Is it true to say that $\Gamma(E, \alpha)$ is a finitely generated projective module if and only if $\alpha$ is a strict morphism, namely $\dim( \ker \alpha_x)$ is independent of $x\in X$?

**Remark 1:** If $\dim( \ker \alpha_x)$ is independent of $x\in X$, then $\Gamma(E,\alpha)$ is a finitely generated projective module. Because it is isomorphic to $hom(E,F)=\Gamma (Hom(E,F))$, the module of sections of the Home bundle $Home (E,F)$ where $F=\text{Range}\; \alpha$.

**Remark 2:** in this question we actually work with a pair $(E, \alpha)$ in the category of vector bundles and considered the module of "Liftable" morphisms $\beta$. One cane repeat the same consideration but on other categories. For examples, in the category of Banach space, one obtain a Banach algebra $\Gamma(E, \alpha)$ associated to a pair $(E, \alpha)$ where $\alpha$ is a bounded operator on Banach space $E$. So Is there a categorical terminology for such construction?