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There are by now several available proofs of these results. The fact that the k dimension of BX (r) is given by the Verlinde formula follows from the work of k Tsuchiya, Ueno and Yamada [T-U-Y]. They show that the dimension of BX (r) is independent of the curve X, even if X is allowed to have double points. Then k it is not too difficult to express BX (r) in terms of analogous spaces for the normalization of X (this is called the factorization rules by the physicists). One is thus reduced to the genus-0 case (with marked points), that is, to a problem in the theory of representations of semisimple Lie algebras, which is non-trivial in general (actually I know no proof for the case of an arbitrary semisimple Lie algebra), but rather easy for the case of slr (C).
Log abundance for ν(K + B) = dim(X) is an immediate consequence of the base point free theorem. The proof of the (genuine) abundance theorem for threefolds (mainly due to Kawamata and Miyaoka) is very long and complicated: it can be found in [Ko], together with proper attributions. Roughly speaking, the proof is divided in two parts, requiring entirely different techniques. Here is a quick summary: A) First one shows that |mK| = ? for some m. This is quite hard, and I refer to [Ko, Ch. 9] for an extremely attractive presentation.
A) The case k = 1 is exactly Theorem 2. b) The two spaces have the same dimension. ) because the map τ1,k : SU X (k) × J g−1 (X) −→ UX (k) ∗ ∗ is an ´etale (Galois) covering of degree k 2g , and τ1,k (M) ∼ pr L ⊗ = 1 ∗ pr2 OJ (kΘ). Therefore we get 1 χ(Lr ) χ(OJ (krΘ)) k 2g rg = g dim H 0 ((SU X (k), Lr ) . k ∗ (k), Mr ) = χ(Mr ) = dim H 0 ((UX Now, Theorem 5 shows that k −g dim H 0 ((SU X (k), Lr ) is symmetric in k and r, which proves our assertion. c) Therefore it is enough to prove, for example, the surjectivity of the map ϑk,r , which has the following geometric meaning: Question 6 .