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We prove existence of a set $E$ of positive real numbers, which is relatively small in the sense that its logarithmic measure is finite, such that we can improve the error term of the prime geodesic theorem as $x\to\infty$ $(x\notin E)$. The result holds for any compact hyperbolic surfaces, and it would also be true for generic hyperbolic surfaces of finite volume according to the philosophy of Phillips and Sarnak.
The purpose of this short note is to give a remark on the decomposition theorem for direct images of canonical sheaves tensorized with Nakano semipositive vector bundles. Although our result is a direct consequence of Takegoshi’s work in , it was not stated explicitly in . Here we give the precise statement and the proof.