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We study complex projective manifolds X that admit surjective endomorphisms f:X->X of degree at least two. In case f is etale, we prove structure theorems that describe X. In particular, a rather detailed description is given if X is a uniruled threefold. As to the ramified case, we first prove a general theorem stating that the vector bundle associated to a Galois covering of projective manifolds is ample (resp. nef) under very mild conditions. This is applied to the study of ramified endomorphisms of Fano manifolds with second Betti number one. It is conjectured that the projective space is the only Fano manifold admitting admitting an endomorphism of degree d>1, and we prove that in several cases. A part of the argumentation is based on a new characterization of the projective space as the only manifold that admits an ample subsheaf in its tangent bundle.

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We consider surjective endomorphisms f of degree > 1 on projective manifolds X of Picard number one and their f^{-1}-stable hypersurfaces V, and show that V is rationally chain connected. Also given is an optimal upper bound for the number of f^{-1}-stable prime divisors on (not necessarily smooth) projective varieties.

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We first show that any connected algebraic group over a perfect field is the neutral component of the automorphism group scheme of some normal projective variety. Then we show that very few connected algebraic semigroups can be realized as endomorphisms of some projective variety X, by describing the structure of all connected subsemigroup schemes of End(X).

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In this paper we define certain analogues of the volume of a divisor - called asymptotic cohomological functions - and investigate their behaviour on the Neron--Severi space. We establish that asymptotic cohomological functions are invariant with respect to the numerical equivalence of divisors, and that they give rise to continuous functions on the real Neron--Severi space. To illustrate the theory, we work out these invariants for abelian varieties, smooth surfaces, and certain homogeneous spaces.

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Let f be a non-invertible holomorphic endomorphism of the complex projective space P^k and f^n its iterate of order n. Let V be an algebraic subvariety of P^k which is generic in the Zariski sense. We give here a survey on the asymptotic equidistribution of the sequence $f^{-n}(V)$ when n goes to infinity.

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A polarizable endomorphism on a projective variety enables us to consider given morphism as constant multiplication in the height function. In this paper, we will generalize it for arbitrary dominant endomorphism by defining the height expansion and contraction coefficients.

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Etale endomorphisms of complex projective manifolds are constructed from two building blocks up to isomorphism if the good minimal model conjecture is true. They are the endomorphisms of abelian varieties and the nearly etale rational endomorphisms of weak Calabi-Yau varieties.

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Here we consider the product of varieties with $n$-blocks collections . We give some cohomological splitting conditions for rank 2 bundles. A cohomological characterization for vector bundles is also provided. The tools are Beilinson's type spectral sequences generalized by Costa and Mir\'o-Roig. Moreover we introduce a notion of Castelnuovo-Mumford regularity on a product of finitely many projective spaces and smooth quadric hypersurfaces in order to prove two splitting criteria for vector bundle with arbitrary rank.

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We use a generalization of Horrocks monads for arithmetic Cohen-Macaulay (ACM) varieties to establish a cohomological characterization of linear and Steiner bundles over projective spaces and quadric hypersurfaces. We also study resolutions of bundles on ACM varieties by line bundles, and characterize linear homological dimension in the case of quadric hypersurfaces.

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We study cohomological finiteness conditions for groups associated to Mackey and cohomological Mackey functors, proving that the cohomological dimension associated to cohomological Mackey functors is always equal to the $\mathcal{F}$-cohomological dimension, and characterising the conditions Mackey-$\mathrm{FP}_n$ and cohomological Mackey-$\mathrm{FP}_n$. We show that all finiteness conditions for cohomological Mackey functors are unchanged when considering only the family of $p$-subgroups, and we characterise cohomological Mackey-$\mathrm{FP}_n$ conditions over the finite field $\mathbb{F}_p$.