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We consider principal bundles over homogeneous spaces G/P, where P is a parabolic subgroup of a semisimple and simply connected complex linear algebraic group G. We prove that a holomorphic principal H--bundle, where H is a complex reductive group, is homogeneous if the adjoint vector bundle ad(E) is homogeneous. We also show that E is homogeneous if its associated vector bundle for any finite dimensional faithful H--module is homogeneous.

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We study the stability of some homogeneous bundles on P^3 by using their representations of the quiver associated to the homgeneous bundles on P^3. In particular we show that homogeneous bundles on P^3 whose support of the quiver representation is a parallelepiped are stable, for instance the bundles E whose minimal free resolution is of the kind 0 --> S^{l_1, l_2, l_3} V (t) --> S^{l_1 +s, l_2, l_3} V (t+s) --> E --> 0 are stable.

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Given a rational homogeneous variety G/P where G is complex simple and of type ADE, we prove that all tangent bundles T_{G/P} are simple, meaning that their only endomorphisms are scalar multiples of the identity. This result combined with Hitchin-Kobayashi correspondence implies stability of these tangent bundles with respect to the anticanonical polarization. Our main tool is the equivalence of categories between homogeneous vector bundles on G/P and finite dimensional representations of a given quiver with relations.

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We establish a relative version of the abstract "affine representability" theorem in ${\mathbb A}^1$-homotopy theory from Part I (1506.07093) of this paper. We then prove some ${\mathbb A}^1$-invariance statements for generically trivial torsors under isotropic reductive groups over infinite fields analogous to the Bass-Quillen conjecture for vector bundles. Putting these ingredients together, we deduce representability theorems for generically trivial torsors under isotropic reductive groups and for associated homogeneous spaces in ${\mathbb A}^1$-homotopy theory.

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We obtain characterizations and structure results for homogeneous principal bundles over abelian varieties, that generalize work of Miyanishi and Mukai on homogeneous vector bundles. For this, we rely on notions and methods of algebraic transformation groups, especially observable subgroups and anti-affine groups.

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In this paper we characterize minimal free resolutions of homogeneous bundles on P^2. Besides we study stability and simplicity of homogeneous bundles on P^2 by means of their minimal free resolutions; in particular we give a criterion to see when a homogeneous bundle is simple by means of its minimal free resolution in the case the first bundle of the resolution is irreducible.

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Let $B$ be a curve defined over an algebraically closed field $k$ and let $X\to B$ be an elliptic surface with base curve $B$. We investigate the geometry of everywhere locally trivial principal homogeneous spaces for $X$, i.e. elements of the Tate-Shafarevich group. If $Y$ is such a principal homogeneous space of order $n$, we find strong restrictions on the $\mathbb{P}^{n-1}$ bundle over $B$ into which $Y$ embeds. Examples for small values of $n$ show that, in at least some cases, these restrictions are sharp. Finally, we determine these bundles in case $k$ has characteristic zero, $B = \mathbb{P}^1$, and $X$ is generic in a suitable sense.

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In ``Ramified G-bundles as parabolic bundles'' (J. Ramanujan Math. Soc. (2003) Vol. 18) with Balaji and Nagaraj we introduced the ramified principal bundles. The aim here is to define the Higgs bundles in the ramified context.

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We define a parameter dependent notion of stability for principal bundles with a certain local decoration, which generalizes both parabolic and level structures, and construct their coarse moduli space. A necessary technical step is the construction of the moduli space of tuples of vector bundles with a global and a local decoration, which we call decorated tumps. We introduce a notion of asymptotic stability for decorated tumps and show, that stable decorated principal bundles can be described as asymptotically stable decorated tumps.

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In this paper we study continuous bundles of C*-algebras which are non-commutative analogues of principal torus bundles. We show that all such bundles, although in general being very far away from being locally trivial bundles, are at least locally trivial with respect to a suitable bundle version of bivariant K-theory (denoted RKK-theory) due to Kasparov. Using earlier results of Echterhoff and Williams, we shall give a complete classification of principal non-commutative torus bundles up to equivariant Morita equivalence. We then study these bundles as topological fibrations (forgetting the group action) and give necessary and sufficient conditions for any non-commutative principal torus bundle being RKK-equivalent to a commutative one. As an application of our methods we shall also give a K-theoretic characterization of those principal torus-bundles with H-flux, as studied by Mathai and Rosenberg which possess "classical" T-duals.