Laumon parahoric local models via quiver Grassmannians
Evgeny Feigin, Martina Lanini, Alexander Pütz
Mathematics, Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Geometry (math.AG), Representation Theory (math.RT)
Local models of Shimura varieties in type A can be realized inside products of Grassmannians via certain linear algebraic conditions. Laumon suggested a generalization which can be identified with a family over a line whose general fibers are quiver Grassmannians for the loop quiver and the special fiber is a certain quiver Grassmannian for the cyclic quiver. The whole family sits inside the Gaitsgory central degeneration of the affine Grassmannians. We study the properties of the special fibers of the (complex) Laumon local models for arbitrary parahoric subgroups in type A using the machinery of quiver representations. We describe the irreducible components and the natural strata with respect to the group action for the quiver Grassmannians in question. We also construct a cellular decomposition and provide an explicit description for the corresponding poset of cells. Finally, we study the properties of the desingularizations of the irreducible components and show that the desingularization construction is compatible with the natural projections between the parahoric subgroups.