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The Fermion Model of Representations of Affine Krichever–Novikov Algebras
, 2002
"... To a generic holomorphic vector bundle on an algebraic curve and an irreducible finitedimensional representation of a semisimple Lie algebra, we assign a representation of the corresponding affine Krichever–Novikov algebra in the space of semiinfinite exterior forms. It is shown that equivalent pa ..."
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To a generic holomorphic vector bundle on an algebraic curve and an irreducible finitedimensional representation of a semisimple Lie algebra, we assign a representation of the corresponding affine Krichever–Novikov algebra in the space of semiinfinite exterior forms. It is shown that equivalent pairs of data give rise to equivalent representations and vice versa.
Global Geometric Deformations of Current Algebras as Krichever–Novikov Type Algebras
 Comm. Math. Phys
"... Abstract. We construct algebraicgeometric families of genus one (i.e. elliptic) current and affine Lie algebras of KricheverNovikov type. These families deform the classical current, respectively affine KacMoody Lie algebras. The construction is induced by the geometric process of degenerating th ..."
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Abstract. We construct algebraicgeometric families of genus one (i.e. elliptic) current and affine Lie algebras of KricheverNovikov type. These families deform the classical current, respectively affine KacMoody Lie algebras. The construction is induced by the geometric process of degenerating the elliptic curve to singular cubics. If the finitedimensional Lie algebra defining the infinite dimensional current algebra is simple then, even if restricted to local families, the constructed families are nonequivalent to the trivial family. In particular, we show that the current algebra is geometrically not rigid, despite its formal rigidity. This shows that in the infinitedimensional Lie algebra case the relations between geometric deformations, formal deformations and Lie algebra twocohomology are not that close as in the finitedimensional case. The constructed families are e.g. of relevance in the global operator approach to the WessZuminoWittenNovikov models appearing in the quantization of Conformal Field Theory. 1.
Global Deformations of the Witt algebra of Krichever–Novikov Type
 Comm. Contemp. Math
"... Abstract. By considering nontrivial global deformations of the Witt (and the Virasoro) algebra given by geometric constructions it is shown that, despite their infinitesimal and formal rigidity, they are globally not rigid. This shows the need of a clear indication of the type of deformations consi ..."
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Abstract. By considering nontrivial global deformations of the Witt (and the Virasoro) algebra given by geometric constructions it is shown that, despite their infinitesimal and formal rigidity, they are globally not rigid. This shows the need of a clear indication of the type of deformations considered. The families appearing are constructed as families of algebras of KricheverNovikov type. They show up in a natural way in the global operator approach to the quantization of twodimensional conformal field theory. In addition, a proof of the infinitesimal and formal rigidity of the Witt algebra is presented. We dedicate this article to the memory of our good friend Peter Slodowy who passed away in 2002 1.
AFFINE KRICHEVERNOVIKOV ALGEBRAS, THEIR REPRESENTATIONS AND APPLICATIONS
, 2003
"... Dedicated to Professor S.P.Novikov in honour of his 65th Birthday Abstract. The survey of the current state of the theory of KricheverNovikov algebras including new results on local central extensions, invariants, representations and casimir operators. Contents ..."
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Dedicated to Professor S.P.Novikov in honour of his 65th Birthday Abstract. The survey of the current state of the theory of KricheverNovikov algebras including new results on local central extensions, invariants, representations and casimir operators. Contents
HIGHER GENUS AFFINE LIE ALGEBRAS OF KRICHEVERNOVIKOV TYPE
 TALK PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS, SPECIAL FUNCTIONS, AND APPLICATIONS, MUNICH, JULY 2005
, 2005
"... Classical affine Lie algebras appear e.g. as symmetries of infinite dimensional integrablesystems and are related to certain differentialequations. They are central extensions of current algebras associated to finitedimensional Lie algebras g. In geometric terms these current algebras might be desc ..."
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Classical affine Lie algebras appear e.g. as symmetries of infinite dimensional integrablesystems and are related to certain differentialequations. They are central extensions of current algebras associated to finitedimensional Lie algebras g. In geometric terms these current algebras might be described as Lie algebra valued meromorphic functions on the Riemann sphere with two possible poles. They carry a natural grading. In this talk the generalization to higher genus compact Riemann surfaces and more poles is reviewed. In case that the Lie algebra g is reductive (e.g. g is simple, semisimple, abelian,...) a complete classification of (almost) graded central extensions is given. In particular, for g simple there exists a unique nontrivial (almost)graded extension class. The considered algebras are related to difference equations, special functions and play a role in Conformal Field Theory.
RMatrix Structure of Hitchin System in Tyurin Parameterization
, 2002
"... We present a classical rmatrix for the Hitchin system without marked points on an arbitrary nondegenerate algebraic curve of genus g ≥ 2 using Tyurin parameterization of holomorphic vector bundles. 1 ..."
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We present a classical rmatrix for the Hitchin system without marked points on an arbitrary nondegenerate algebraic curve of genus g ≥ 2 using Tyurin parameterization of holomorphic vector bundles. 1
HIGHER GENUS AFFINE LIE ALGEBRAS OF KRICHEVER – NOVIKOV TYPE
, 2005
"... Abstract. Classical affine Lie algebras appear e.g. as symmetries of infinite dimensional integrable systems and are related to certain differential equations. They are central extensions of current algebras associated to finitedimensional Lie algebras g. In geometric terms these current algebras m ..."
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Abstract. Classical affine Lie algebras appear e.g. as symmetries of infinite dimensional integrable systems and are related to certain differential equations. They are central extensions of current algebras associated to finitedimensional Lie algebras g. In geometric terms these current algebras might be described as Lie algebra valued meromorphic functions on the Riemann sphere with two possible poles. They carry a natural grading. In this talk the generalization to higher genus compact Riemann surfaces and more poles is reviewed. In case that the Lie algebra g is reductive (e.g. g is simple, semisimple, abelian,...) a complete classification of (almost) graded central extensions is given. In particular, for g simple there exists a unique nontrivial (almost)graded extension class. The considered algebras are related to difference equations, special functions and play a role in Conformal Field Theory. Talk presented at the International Conference on Difference Equations, Special Functions, and Applications, Munich, July 2005
GLOBAL GEOMETRIC DEFORMATIONS OF THE VIRASORO ALGEBRA, CURRENT AND AFFINE ALGEBRAS BY KRICHEVERNOVIKOV TYPE ALGEBRAS
, 2006
"... Abstract. In two earlier articles we constructed algebraicgeometric families of genus one (i.e. elliptic) Lie algebras of KricheverNovikov type. The considered algebras are vector fields, current and affine Lie algebras. These families deform the Witt algebra, the Virasoro algebra, the classical c ..."
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Abstract. In two earlier articles we constructed algebraicgeometric families of genus one (i.e. elliptic) Lie algebras of KricheverNovikov type. The considered algebras are vector fields, current and affine Lie algebras. These families deform the Witt algebra, the Virasoro algebra, the classical current, and the affine KacMoody Lie algebras respectively. The constructed families are not equivalent (not even locally) to the trivial families, despite the fact that the classical algebras are formally rigid. This effect is due to the fact that the algebras are infinite dimensional. In this article the results are reviewed and developed further. The constructions are induced by the geometric process of degenerating the elliptic curves to singular cubics. The algebras are of relevance in the global operator approach to the WessZuminoWittenNovikov models appearing in the quantization of Conformal Field Theory. 1.
SECOND ORDER CASIMIRS FOR THE AFFINE KRICHEVER–NOVIKOV ALGEBRAS ̂ gl g,2 AND ̂ slg,2
, 2002
"... Abstract. The second order casimirs for the affine Krichever– Novikov algebras ̂ gl g,2 and ̂ slg,2 are described. More general operators which we call semicasimirs are introduced. It is proven that the semicasimirs induce welldefined operators on conformal blocks and, for a certain moduli space ..."
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Abstract. The second order casimirs for the affine Krichever– Novikov algebras ̂ gl g,2 and ̂ slg,2 are described. More general operators which we call semicasimirs are introduced. It is proven that the semicasimirs induce welldefined operators on conformal blocks and, for a certain moduli space of Riemann surfaces with two marked points and fixed jets of local coordinates, there is a natural projection of its tangent space onto the space of these operators. It is (nonformally) explained how semicasimirs appear in course of operator quantization of the second order Hitchin integrals. 1.