By D. J. Simms (auth.), Konrad Bleuler, Axel Reetz (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9783540080688

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For for c2n/(vl @ ~2). 20). 20) and I%1@V21 . ~k in that case. 4. Pairing o~nmgtaplectic manifolds Let (X, ~) he a symplectic manifold of dimension projection for every bundle over X will be denoted by bundle of s~-mplectic vector spaces over the bundle f{(TX~) right principal X and one ~ y of sympleetic frames over Sp(n, lq) -bundle. (X~o). 2n. m. l) \/ , f{ 33 commntes and such that other cases, a left space via the map p is Mp(n, ]R)-equivariant. In this case and in all Sp(n,]R)- space may also be regarded as a left p : Mp(n,]R) ~ Sp(n,]R).

Kostant. The sequence 0 ---+SF--~ where O - - - + S F - - - + S S --~ S ~ F 1 --+ ... F, is a fine resolution of S F. B3 For each open set Y in X and each m, Zm(V) = Ker (VF: S ~ Fro(V) ---+ S ~ ~+I(v)), modules. f. [13], is isomorphic to Ha(X). Since in the direction of D only, one may expect that the vanishing of cohomology groups ~(X,S F) can be studied locally in Y. 2 Let {Ui} be a locally finite open covering of Y, and Hm(~-I(ui )) = 0 for all i. Proof. ~X~SF) = 0. be a partition of unity in Y subordinated fi } to the covering is a partition of unity in X subordinated finite covering {Tr-l(ui )} of X.

With respect to a tangent vector In the following two lenm~s we make use of the fact that the canonical isomorphisms given earlier in this section show that 61/2(X,L) and that is canonically isomorphic to where i ' ~(X) c c ML(n,C) C s GL(2n - m,C) ~E acts on acts on is canonically isomorphic to L C ~X) X ML(n,C) L S(<(X)) × GL(2n-m,C) £' via n~itiplication by via multiplication by X(c) -I and (Det C)-I. 7: Let ~ ~ C~ ~l/2(X,L) ~ Cx(TX) c and satisfies valued half-form ~ and set [~ ,CxF] ~ C~. s Cx 61/ 2(X,L) F = ~ o ~ ~ C x~+(x).

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