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'Anti-Commutable' Pre-Leibniz Algebroids and Admissible Connections

  title={'Anti-Commutable' Pre-Leibniz Algebroids and Admissible Connections},
  author={Tekin Dereli and Keremcan Dougan},
The concept of algebroid is convenient as a basis for constructions of geometrical frameworks. For example, metric-affine and generalized geometries can be written on Lie and Courant algebroids, respectively. Furthermore, string theories might make use of many other algebroids such as metric algebroids, higher-Courant algebroids or conformal Courant algebroids. Working on the possibly most general algebroid structure, which generalizes many of the algebroids used in the literature, is fruitful… 
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