3 edition of **Cocycles, the descent equations, and the Virasoro algebra** found in the catalog.

Cocycles, the descent equations, and the Virasoro algebra

D. Zoller

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Published
**1990**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by D. Zoller. |

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LC Classifications | Microfilm 92/503 (Q) |

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Format | Microform |

Pagination | p. 507-512. |

Number of Pages | 512 |

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Open Library | OL1388119M |

LC Control Number | 92955249 |

21, 46–63 (); Virasoro type algebras, Riemann surfaces and strings in Minkowski space. Funktional Anal. i. Prilozhen. 21, 47–61 (); Algebras of Virasoro type, energy-momentum tensors and decompositions of operators on Riemann surfaces, Funktional Anal. i. Prilozhen. 23, 46–63 () MathSciNet Google Scholar. The Virasoro Algebra as a Central Extension of the Witt Algebra After these two approaches to the Witt algebra W we now come to the Virasoro algebra, which is a proper central extension of W. For existence and uniqueness we need Theorem [GF68] H2(W,C)∼=C. Proof. In the following we show: the linear map ω: W×W→C given by ω(L n,L.

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We define the 3-point Virasoro algebra and construct a representation of it on a previously defined Fock space for the 3-point affine algebra. Acknowledgments The first two authors would like to thank the College of Charleston mathematics department for summer research support during this project. The authors show that a Virasoro-like algebra is obtained from KN algebra when KN algebra has certain antilinear anti-involution, and that it is isomorphic to the usual Virasoro algebra. The authors show that there is an expected relation between a central charge of this Virasoro-like algebra and an anomaly of the combined system.

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Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign VolumeIssue 4, 24 MayPages Cocycles, the descent equations, and the Virasoro algebra. Author links open overlay panel D. Zoller a b.

Show more. The group version of the n term arises from an ambiguity in the descent equations of adding closed but not exact Author: D. Zoller. Volumenumber 4 PHYSICS LETTERS B 24 May COCYCLES, THE DESCENT EQUATIONS, AND THE VIRASORO ALGEBRA The Enrico Fermi Institute, and Department ofPhysics, The University qrChicago, Chicago, ILUSA and Physics Department, University of Florida', Gainesville, FLUSA Received 18 December A generalization of Author: D.

Zoller. This cohomology is used to calculate the two cocycles associated with a projective representation of the diffeomorphism group on the circle. The group version of the n 3 term descends from a three dimensional Chern-Simons action based on the diffeomorphism group. Cocycles, the descent equations, and the Virasoro algebra Zoller, D.

Abstract Author: D. Zoller. 3. Multi-component Frobenius–Virasoro algebras and Euler equations. In this section we will introduce a class of multi-component generalizations vir A [n] of the Frobenius–Virasoro algebra vir A [0] and study its related bihamiltonian Euler-type by: 1.

The Virasoro algebra is the unique (up to isomorphism) non-trivial central extension of Vect(S 1). It is given by the Gelfand–Fuchs cocycle: (1) c f(x) d d x,g(x) d d and the Virasoro algebra book = ∫ S 1 f′(x)g″(x) d x. Denote by Vir the Virasoro algebra. Space of Sturm–Liouville operators as a Vect(S 1)-moduleCited by: 5.

with Oleg Sheinman, see also [66]. For more on the Witt and Virasoro algebra see for example the book [18]. After and the Virasoro algebra book the deﬁnition of the Witt and Virasoro algeb ra in Section 2 we start with describing the geometric set-up of Krichever-Novikov (KN) type algebras in Section 3.

We introduce a Poisson algebra structure on the space of. In the following we write down the descent equations and their solutions, then we give the corresponding field theoretical relations and the resulting cocycles, finally we prove equivalence of both formulations.

The descent equations are well known [3,4], in d=4 they read explicitly sco-dco4, sco4=-dw3, sco3=-dcoz, SC02=-dco sco;=-dco sco0. In the theory of Lie groups, Lie algebras and their representation theory, a Lie algebra extension e is an enlargement of a given Lie algebra g by another Lie algebra ions arise in several ways.

There is the trivial extension obtained by taking a direct sum of two Lie algebras. Other types are the split extension and the central extension. In mathematics, the Schwarzian derivative, named after the German mathematician Hermann Schwarz, is a certain operator that is invariant under all Möbiusit occurs in the theory of the complex projective line, and in particular, in the theory of modular forms and hypergeometric plays an important role in the theory of univalent functions, conformal mapping.

Schrödinger–Virasoro Lie algebra was originally introduced by Henkel [15, 16] for looking at the invariance of the heat equation (formally equivalent to the free Schrödinger equation) in (1 + 1) dimensions.

It is clear that can be regarded as an extension of the (centerless) Virasoro Lie algebra by a nilpotent Lie algebra formed with a bosonic current of weight and a bosonic. where a[m]:= a⊗t m + 1, for to Balinsky and Novikov [] (see also []), L(A) is a Lie algebra if and only if A is a Novikov resulted Lie algebras by equation are a kind of 'Virasoro-type Lie algebras', which are regarded as certain generalizations of the Virasoro of these Lie algebras, which mainly correspond to the two-dimensional Novikov.

For a,b∈C, s = 0 or 12, the deformative Schrödinger-Virasoro algebra W(a,b,s) is the semi-direct product Lie algebra of the Witt algebra and its tensor density module.

The cohomological descent in the trivial P(G,M) case: cochains and coboundary operators The descent equations. Cocycles and coboundaries A compact form for the gauge algebra descent equations Specific results in D = 2, 4 spacetime dimensions On the existence of consistent anomalous theories central extensions of the corresponding Lie algebra.

Reminder: the Virasoro algebra and KdV equation The Virasoro algebra is deﬁned as the central extension of Vect(S1) given by the 2-cocycle µ f(x) ∂ ∂x,g(x) ∂ ∂x = Z S1 fgxxx dx. () This cocycle was found in [12] and is known as the Gelfand-Fuchs cocycle. The cohomology. In this paper, we present all the Leibniz 2-cocycles of the centerless twisted Schrödinger-Virasoro algebra ℒ, which determine the second Leibniz cohomology group of ℒ.

Discover the world's. However the Virasoro fields with central charge 1 are 2-point local, although they could be reduced to the usual 1-point locality by a change of variables z 2 to z (i.e., they produce genuine. The Schrödinger–Virasoro Lie algebra sv is an extension of the Virasoro Lie algebra by a nilpotent Lie algebra formed with a bosonic current of weight and a bosonic current of weight 1.

Applying the Weyl symbols techniques to the algebra of pseudodifferential operators on a circle and its extensions, a number of non-splittable Abelian, as well as infinite tower of non-Abelian, kernel extensions of the Virasoro and superconformal algebras have been explicitly constructed.

By elementary and direct calculations the vanishing of the (algebraic) second Lie algebra cohomology of the Witt and the Virasoro algebra with values in the adjoint module is shown. This reference book, which has found wide use as a text, provides an answer to the needs of graduate physical mathematics students and their teachers.

The present edition is a thorough revision of the first, including a new chapter entitled ``Connections on Principle Fibre Bundles'' which includes sections on holonomy, characteristic classes, invariant curvature integrals and problems on the. This paper is a continuation of the paper where we studied bi-Hamiltonian systems associated to the three-cocycle extension of the algebra of diffeomorphisms on a circle.

In this.anomalies etc. in all possible dimensions) and the descent equations connecting them [Z] are generalized to NCG, and realizations of all cyclic cocycles [C] through these generalized anomalies were found. I should point out that there are several other recent, interesting results on NCG in connection with particle physics which I do not discuss.K = C, algebra of meromorphic vector elds on CP1 holomorphic outside of 0 and 1, with e n = zn+1 d dz Lie algebra of polynomial vector elds on S1, with e n = ein˚ d d˚ Jill Ecker (U.

of Luxembourg) Cohomology of the Virasoro Algebra QSPACE Training School 5/