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In this paper, we prove the existence of an Enriques surface with a polarization of degree four with an Ulrich bundle of rank one. As a consequence, we prove that general polarized Enriques surfaces of degree four, with the same numerical polarization class, carry Ulrich line bundles.
We survey some parts of the vast literature on holomorphic vector bundles on compact complex manifolds, focusing on the rank-two case vector bundles on non-Kähler elliptic fibrations. It is by no means intended to be a complete overview of this wide topic, but we rather focus on results obtained...
We give lower bounds for the degree of the syzygies involving the partial derivatives of a homogeneous polynomial defining an even dimensional nodal hypersurface. This implies the validity of formulas due to M. Saito, L. Wotzlaw and the author for the graded pieces with respect to the Hodge...
We give bounds on the rank of non uniform vector bundles on
with a finite number of jumping lines.
By a theorem of Reider, a twisted bicanonical system, that means a linear system of divisors numerically equivalent to a bicanonical divisor, on a minimal surface of general type, is base point free if
$$K^2_S \ge 5$$
. Twisted bicanonical systems with base points are known in...
This note continues our previous work on special secant defective (specifically, conic connected and local quadratic entry locus) and dual defective manifolds. These are now well understood, except for the prime Fano ones. Here we add a few remarks on this case, completing the results in our...
We study the Penrose transform for the ‘quaternionic objects’ whose twistor spaces are complex manifolds endowed with locally complete families of embedded Riemann spheres with positive normal bundles.
We consider nonsingular curves which are the normalization of plane curves with nine ordinary singular points, viewing them as embedded in the blow-up X of the projective plane along their singular points. For a large class of such curves we show that the gaussian map relative to the canonical...
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