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Dr´ezet Conversely suppose we want to construct the quasi locally free sheaves F whose ﬁrst canonical ﬁltration gives the exact sequence (∗). For this we need to compute Ext1O2 (F, E). The Ext spectral sequence gives the exact sequence 0 / Ext1 (F, E) OC / Ext1 (F, E) O2 β / Hom(F ⊗ L, E) /0 H 0 (Ext1O2 (F, E)) H 1 (Hom(F, E)) Let σ ∈ Ext1O2 (F, E) and 0 → E → E → F → 0 the corresponding extension. Then it is easy to see that this exact sequence comes from the canonical ﬁltration of E if and only if β(σ) is surjective.
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In other words, G ⊂ F is the second canonical ﬁltration of F , and G = GF . 4. Duality and tensor products. If M is a O2,P -module of ﬁnite type, let M ∨ be the dual of M : M ∨ = Hom(M, O2,P ). , E ∨ = Hom(E, O2 ). If N is a OC,P -module of ﬁnite type, let N ∗ be the dual of N : N ∗ = Hom(N, OC,P ). If E is a coherent sheaf on C let E ∗ be the dual of E on C. We use diﬀerent notations on C and C2 because E ∨ = E ∗ , we have E ∨ = E ∗ ⊗ L. Let F be a quasi locally free sheaf on C2 . Then F ∨ is also quasi locally free, and we have EF ∨ ∗ EF ⊗ L2 , FF ∨ G∗F ⊗ L, GF ∨ FF∗ ⊗ L.