Dynamical Systems and Microphysics. Geometry and Mechanics by Andre Avez

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We have : 2q+l where Ĺ q q has an order has the maximum order (2q+l). If C n 2q+l > (2q+l) it follows from calculus of S. Gutt concerning the Che­ s tie m n a aitr valley 2-cocycles that the main part of C^q+i ^ ^ P of a Chevalley 2-cocycle and so of 8A, where A is a differential 45 Deformations and Quantization operator. ^ has an order ^: 2q+l ^: t 3c 2q+l 2q+l 2q+l 2q+l T * ß ^q+l in u,w. The relation can be written where M(u,v,w) =P(Bu(u,v),w) +Bu(P(u,v),w) - Ń (u, B^ (v, w) ) - B^ (u, Ń (í, w)) n uw a n c as na oerr < ^2q+\ ^ T ^ ^ ^ * î£ > By φ 0, M has effectively order (t +l) in these arguments.

We consider this last case ; 3C 0 has a maximum bidifferential 2q ? f type which is at most (t -l,s ) and we have necessarily 2q < t'. On the domain U of a natural chart, we set C = +B C 2q|U U U 1 where has exactly the type (t',1) (with t f ^ 2q+l) and C y the maximum order (t -l). We have : 2q+l where Ĺ q q has an order has the maximum order (2q+l). If C n 2q+l > (2q+l) it follows from calculus of S. Gutt concerning the Che­ s tie m n a aitr valley 2-cocycles that the main part of C^q+i ^ ^ P of a Chevalley 2-cocycle and so of 8A, where A is a differential 45 Deformations and Quantization operator.

2) A formal Lie algebra (9-1) is generated by a weak star-product iff it is equivalent to a Vey Lie algebra. It follows from the argument of § 6 ,b that a Vey Lie algebra is generated by a weak Vey star-product. A Vey Lie algebra being gi­ ven, there is a unique Vey Lie algebra deduced by product by a constant k ^ which is generated by a Vey star-product. V Deformations and Quantization 55 10 - EXISTENCE THEOREM Ε(Ν;ν) given by : a) Consider a bilinear map Ν x Ν Γ oo Σ u v + V P(u,v) + ν r (C = P) C (u,v) r=2 where the C^ (r > 1) are differential 2-cochains which are null on the constants and satisfy the parity assumption.

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