Basic Geometry, Third Edition by George D. Birkhoff, Ralph Beatley

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The associative algebra defined by the product of functions. ) is a p-linear map of N^ into N. The Hochschild coboundary of the p-cocham C is the (p+1 )-cocham dC 32 ANDRE LICHNEROWICZ defined by : u 3 C ( 0s . ,u We have a*" = 0. A 1-cocycle of (N, . ) is a derivation of this alge­ bra and so is given by a vector field. A p-cochain C is sayed to be d-differential (d > 0) if it is defined by a multidifferential operator of maximum order d in each argument. If Ô is an endomorphism of Í (1-cochain) which is (d+1)-differential, 3T is d-differential.

The spectrum I and the IL are characteriË zed by (7-8) in a unique way. A star product is sayed to be non degenerate if, for any u 6 N°, u * u = 0 on a domain implies u =0 on this domain. It follows from (7-1) that the Moyal product and the star products deduced by quotient are non degenerate. If such is the case, the spectrum of each real-valued function admitting a spectral expansion in the sense of ( 7 - 7 ) ponding are real-valued. Define Í by : À Π W η ë is real and the corres­ 50 ANDRΙ LICHNEROWICZ 'X/ ç where η = η/(2 ôôËß) .

We have : 2q 2q and it is easy to deduce from the induction assumption that 1^ has maximum bidifferential type (2q,2q-l) in u,w. T Suppose that C^^ has a maximum bidifferential type (t ,s) ; it ! follows from the lemma that it is impossible that t > 2q and s > 1. We see that either C^^ has maximum bidifferential type T (2q,2q) or maximum bidifferential type (t ,l). ^ . . 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'.

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