To every singular reduced projective curve X one can associate, following E. Esteves, many fine compactified Jacobians, depending on the choice of a polarization on X, each of which yields a modular compactification of a disjoint union of the generalized Jacobian of X. We prove that, for a reduced curve with locally planar singularities, the integral (or Fourier-Mukai) transform with kernel the Poincare' sheaf from the derived category of the generalized Jacobian of X to the derived category of any fine compactified Jacobian of X is fully faithful, generalizing a previous result of D. Arinkin in the case of integral curves. As a consequence, we prove that there is a canonical isomorphism (called autoduality) between the generalized Jacobian of X and the connected component of the identity of the Picard scheme of any fine compactified Jacobian of X and that algebraic equivalence and numerical equivalence coincide on any fine compactified Jacobian, generalizing previous results of Arinkin, Esteves, Gagne', Kleiman, Rocha, Sawon. The paper contains an Appendix in which we explain how our work can be interpreted in view of the Langlands duality for the Higgs bundles as proposed by Donagi-Pantev.

Melo, M., Rapagnetta, A., & Viviani, F. (2019). Fourier-Mukai and autoduality for compactified Jacobians. I. JOURNAL FÜR DIE REINE UND ANGEWANDTE MATHEMATIK [10.1515/crelle-2017-0009].

Fourier-Mukai and autoduality for compactified Jacobians. I

MELO M
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RAPAGNETTA A;VIVIANI F
2019

Abstract

To every singular reduced projective curve X one can associate, following E. Esteves, many fine compactified Jacobians, depending on the choice of a polarization on X, each of which yields a modular compactification of a disjoint union of the generalized Jacobian of X. We prove that, for a reduced curve with locally planar singularities, the integral (or Fourier-Mukai) transform with kernel the Poincare' sheaf from the derived category of the generalized Jacobian of X to the derived category of any fine compactified Jacobian of X is fully faithful, generalizing a previous result of D. Arinkin in the case of integral curves. As a consequence, we prove that there is a canonical isomorphism (called autoduality) between the generalized Jacobian of X and the connected component of the identity of the Picard scheme of any fine compactified Jacobian of X and that algebraic equivalence and numerical equivalence coincide on any fine compactified Jacobian, generalizing previous results of Arinkin, Esteves, Gagne', Kleiman, Rocha, Sawon. The paper contains an Appendix in which we explain how our work can be interpreted in view of the Langlands duality for the Higgs bundles as proposed by Donagi-Pantev.
Melo, M., Rapagnetta, A., & Viviani, F. (2019). Fourier-Mukai and autoduality for compactified Jacobians. I. JOURNAL FÜR DIE REINE UND ANGEWANDTE MATHEMATIK [10.1515/crelle-2017-0009].
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