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Of Math. 5 (1994), 373–388. T. Moduli of representations of the fundamental group of a smooth projective variety I. Publ. Math. IHES 79 (1994), 47–129. , Trautmann, G. Deformations of coherent analytic sheaves with compact supports. Memoirs of the Amer. Math. , Vol. 29, N. 238 (1981). fr/~drezet Algebraic Cycles, Sheaves, Shtukas, and Moduli Trends in Mathematics, 45–68 c 2007 Birkh¨ auser Verlag Basel/Switzerland Lectures on Principal Bundles over Projective Varieties Tom´as L. G´omez Abstract.

The orbit of a point z ∈ R is the image z ·G. A morphism p : R → M between two schemes endowed with G-actions is called G-equivariant if it commutes with the actions, that is f (z) · g = f (z · g). , y · g = y for all g ∈ G and y ∈ M ), then we also say that f is G-invariant. If G acts on a projective variety R, a linearization of the action on a line bundle OR (1) consists of giving, for each g ∈ G, an isomorphism of line bundles g : OR (1) → ϕ∗g OR (1), (ϕg = σ(·, g)) which also satisﬁes the previous associative property.

N × X, Z × X). Let F = Hom(pM (F), T), Let G = Hom(pM (G), T), which are vector bundles on M × N × Z. For every (m, n, z) ∈ M × N × Z we have F(m,n,z) = Hom(Fm , Tz ), G(m,n,z) = Hom(Gm , Tz ). Let F surj ⊂ F (resp. G surj ⊂ G) be the open subset corresponding to surjective morphisms, and S the set of wide extensions deﬁned by surjective morphisms F → T , G → T , with F ∈ X , G ∈ Y, T ∈ Z. 1. The set S is an open family of sheaves. It has a ﬁne moduli space M which is canonically isomorphic to P(F surj ) ×M×N ×Z P(G surj ).