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We generalise Simpson’s nonabelian Hodge correspondence to the context of projective varieties with Kawamata log terminal (klt) singularities. The proof relies on a descent theorem for numerically flat vector bundles along birational morphisms. In its simplest form, this theorem asserts that given any klt variety
and any resolution of singularities, any vector bundle on the resolution that appears to come from
numerically, does indeed come from
. Furthermore, and of independent interest, a new restriction theorem for semistable Higgs sheaves defined on the smooth locus of a normal, projective variety is established.
Given a normal variety Z, a p-form σ defined on the smooth locus of Z and a resolution of singularities , we study the problem of extending the pull-back π*(σ) over the π-exceptional set . For log canonical pairs and for certain values of p, we show that an extension always exists, possibly with logarithmic poles along E. As a corollary, it is shown that sheaves of reflexive differentials enjoy good pull-back properties. A natural generalization of the well-known Bogomolov–Sommese vanishing theorem to log canonical threefold pairs follows.
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