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If it has no subsheaf with a zero-dimensional support. 1. First properties. Let E be a coherent sheaf on C2 , E ⊂ E its canonical ﬁltration. Suppose that E is locally free, this is the case if E is torsion free. The quotient E/E may be nonlocally free. Let E/E F ⊕ T , where F is locally free on C and T supported on a ﬁnite subset of C. The kernel of the morphism E → T deduced from this isomorphism is a quasi locally free subsheaf F of E containing E, and E ⊂ F is its canonical ﬁltration. Note that F may not be unique, it depends on the above isomorphism.

In fact, E and E correspond to the same point if and only if they are S-equivalent. , there will be no analogue of the Poincar´e bundle. In other words, given a morphism f : T → M(r, ci ), there might be no family parameterized by T which induces f . If there is a universal torsion-free sheaf, we say that M(r, ci ) is a ﬁne moduli space, and if it does not exist, we say that it is a coarse moduli space. To explain this more precisely, it is useful to use the language of representable functors. Given a scheme M over C, we deﬁne a (contravariant) functor M := Mor(−, M ) from the category of C-schemes (Sch /C) to the category of sets (Sets) by sending an C-scheme B to the set of morphisms Mor(B, M ).

Then the point Cφ of P(W ) is called semi-stable (resp. stable) with respect to t if – im(φ) is not contained in O(−1) ⊗ C7 , – For every proper linear subspace D ⊂ C7 , im(φ) is not contained in O(−2) ⊕ (O(−1) ⊗ D). – For every 1-dimensional linear subspace L ⊂ C2 , if K ⊂ C, D ⊂ C7 are linear subspaces such that φ(O(−3) ⊗ L) ⊂ (O(−2) ⊗ K) ⊕ (O(−1) ⊗ D), then we have 1 1−t dim(D) ≥ t dim(K) + 7 2 (resp. >). Let P(W )ss (t) (resp. P(W )s (t)) denote the open set of semi-stable (resp. stable) points of P(W ) with respect to t.