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Another important notion is the notion of the HarderNarasimhan polygon which can also be found in Shatz' paper [236]. 1. 4 is due to Flenner [63]. For other results concerning bundles on projective spaces see [211]. - S-equivalence was again first defined for bundles on curves by Seshadri [233]. There, two Sequivalent sheaves are called strongly equivalent. -Langton defined the socle and the extended socle in [135]. For another reference see the paper of Mehta and Ramanathan [176]. 2 can be found in Mumford's book [191].

By definition, a quotient module of Vis an equivalence class of epimorphisms q : V -t F of coherent Os-sheaves, where two epimorphisms qi: V -t Fi, i = 1, 2, are equivalent, ifker(q1 ) = ker(q2), or, equivalently, if there is an isomorphism cp : F 1 -t F2 withq2 = cpoq1 . Here and in the following, quotient modules are used rather than submodules because the tensor product is a right exact functor, so that surjectivity of a homomorphism of coherent sheaves is preserved under base change, whereas injectivity is not.

Moreover, the problem is local in X and S. One may therefore assume that S = Spec(A) for some Noetherian integral domain A with quotient field K, that X = Spec( B) for some finitely generated A-algebra, that A ---t B is injective, and that F = M~ for some finite B-module M. This module M has a finite filtration by B-submodules with factors of the form M; ~ B / p; for prime ideals p; C B. It suffices to consider these factors separately, so that we may further reduce to the case that Jvf = B is integral and A ---t B injective.

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