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Orthogonal and spin bundles over hyperelliptic curves. (English) Zbl 0541.14012
Let \({\mathcal P}\) be a generic pencil of quadrics determined by two quadrics \(Q_ 1\), \(Q_ 2\) of \({\mathbb{P}}^{2g+1}\). To \({\mathcal P}\) is (classically) associated a hyperelliptic curve X of genus g. Let \(M_ d\) be the space of d-dimensional vector subspaces isotropic for both \(Q_ 1\), \(Q_ 2\). The author presents (natural quotients of) the spaces \(M_ d\) as moduli spaces for some classes of orthogonal and spin vector bundles on X.
Reviewer: J.Brun

MSC:
14F05 Sheaves, derived categories of sheaves, etc. (MSC2010)
14D20 Algebraic moduli problems, moduli of vector bundles
14H10 Families, moduli of curves (algebraic)
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