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Reductive covers of klt varieties

@inproceedings{Braun2022ReductiveCO,
  title={Reductive covers of klt varieties},
  author={Lukas Braun and Joaqu'in Moraga},
  year={2022}
}
. In this article, we study G -covers of klt varieties, where G is a reductive group. First, we exhibit an example of a klt singularity admitting a P GL n p K q -cover that is not of klt type. Then, we restrict ourselves to G -quasi-torsors, a special class of G -covers that behave like G -torsors outside closed subsets of codimension two. Given a G -quasi-torsor X Ñ Y , where G is a finite extension of a torus T , we show that X is of klt type if and only if Y is of klt type. We prove a… 

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