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8s we obtain flat TU-resp. rs-connections8 u resp. 8s on all the sheaves AqTs*®£ and APTu*®£. These connections and their extensions to the sheaves APTu* ® A qTs* ® £ give rise to a diagram as in (8) with rows and columns complexes. , the squares will not be anticommutative if T U $ T S is not integrable. In fact, consider the trivial bundle E = X x lR with £ = A together with its canonical flat TU-resp. TS-connections d U, d S. Then we already have the following assertion: 38 Christopher Deninger Proposition.
In fact, consider the trivial bundle E = X x lR with £ = A together with its canonical flat TU-resp. TS-connections d U, d S. Then we already have the following assertion: 38 Christopher Deninger Proposition. The square is anticommutative if and only if T U E9 T S is integrable. PROOF. Assume that d Sd U + dUds = 0 and fix tEA, Yo E TU*, Yl E TS*. For any Z E T', write Z = ZU E9 ZS E9 ZO according to the decomposition T' = TU E9 TS E9 We have roo (d Sd Ut, Yo X Yl) = = (dT,d Ut, Yo x Yl) Yo(d Ut, Yl} - Yl (d Ut, Yo) - (d Ut, [Yo, Yd) - Yl (YoU» - (dT,t, [Yo, YIl U) and similarly Hence and thus [TU, TS] c TU E9 TS so that TU E9 ys is integrable.
For such bundles E, T, ... the sheaves of smooth local sections are denoted by £, T, ... Some background for the following in the infinite dimensional context which requires some care can be found in [L], [V]. The sheaf of germs of smooth real resp. complex valued functions on a Banach manifold X is denoted by A = Ax resp. A C = Ax. We write AP£j ®Aq£i ®£3 for the sheaf of smooth sections of the bundle of continuous multilinear maps Ef x Ei --+ E3 which are alternating in the first p and the last q coordinates cf.