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Multipoint Lax operator algebras. Almost-graded structure and central extensions
Schlichenmaier, Martin
2014In Sbornik: Mathematics, 205 (5), p. 117-160
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Abstract :
[en] Recently, Lax operator algebras appeared as a new class of higher genus current type algebras. Based on I.Krichever's theory of Lax operators on algebraic curves they were introduced by I. Krichever and O. Sheinman. These algebras are almost-graded Lie algebras of currents on Riemann surfaces with marked points (in-points, out-points, and Tyurin points). In a previous joint article of the author with Sheinman the local cocycles and associated almost-graded central extensions are classified in the case of one in-point and one out-point. It was shown that the almost-graded extension is essentially unique. In this article the general case of Lax operator algebras corresponding to several in- and out-points is considered. In a first step it is shown that they are almost-graded. The grading is given by the splitting of the marked points which are non-Tyurin points into in- and out-points. Next, classification results both for local and bounded cocycles are shown. The uniqueness theorem for almost-graded central extensions follows. For this generalization additional techniques are needed which are presented in this article
Disciplines :
Mathematics
Author, co-author :
Schlichenmaier, Martin  ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Mathematics Research Unit
Language :
English
Title :
Multipoint Lax operator algebras. Almost-graded structure and central extensions
Publication date :
2014
Journal title :
Sbornik: Mathematics
Volume :
205
Issue :
5
Pages :
117-160
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed
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