an:01911119
Zbl 1059.58006
Baranovsky, Vladimir; Ginzburg, Victor; Kuznetsov, Alexander
Wilson's Grassmannian and a noncommutative quadric
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Int. Math. Res. Not. 2003, No. 21, 1155-1167 (2003).
00094055
2003
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58B25 16S32 32C38 14A22 14M15
algebras of polynomial differential operators; multiparameter deformations; smash products; adelic Grassmannians; projective \(D\)-modules; sheaves; quadrics; Riemann-Hilbert correspondence; quiver varieties; Calogero-Moser spaces
Introduction: Let the group \(\mu_m\) of \(m\)th roots of unity act on the complex line by multiplication. This gives a \(\mu_m\)-action on Diff, the algebra of polynomial differential operators on the line. Following \textit{W. Crawley-Boevey} and \textit{M. P. Holland} [Duke Math. J. 92, No. 3, 605-635 (1998; Zbl 0974.16007)], we introduce a multiparameter deformation \(D_\tau\) of the smash product \(\text{Diff}\#\mu_m\). Our main result provides natural bijections between (roughly speaking) the following spaces:
(1) \(\mu_m\)-equivariant version of Wilson's adelic Grassmannian of rank \(r\);
(2) rank \(r\) projective \(D_\tau\)-modules (with generic trivialization data);
(3) rank \(r\) torsion-free sheaves on a ``noncommutative quadric'' \(\mathbb{P}^1\times_\tau\mathbb{P}^1\);
(4) disjoint union of Nakajima quiver varieties for the cyclic quiver with \(m\) vertices.
The bijection between (1) and (2) is provided by a version of Riemann-Hilbert correspondence between \(\mathcal D\)-modules and sheaves. The bijections between (2), (3), and (4) were motivated by our previous work [Compos. Math. 134, No. 3, 283-318 (2002; Zbl 1048.14001)]. The resulting bijection between (1) and (4) reduces, in the very special case: \(r=1\) and \(\mu_m=\{1\}\), to the partition of (rank 1) adelic Grassmannian into a union of Calogero-Moser spaces discovered by Wilson. This gives, in particular, a natural and purely algebraic approach to \textit{G. Wilson}'s result [Invent. Math. 133, No. 1, 1-41 (1998; Zbl 0906.35089)].
Zbl 0974.16007; Zbl 1048.14001; Zbl 0906.35089