Q A ] 3 0 M ay 2 00 0 On the Moduli Space of Classical Dynamical r-matrices

@inproceedings{Etingof2008QA,
  title={Q A ] 3 0 M ay 2 00 0 On the Moduli Space of Classical Dynamical r-matrices},
  author={Pavel Etingof and Olivier Schiffmann},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction. A classical dynamical r-matrix is an l-equivariant function r : l∗ → g ⊗ g (where l, g are Lie algebras), such that r21 + r = Ω is g-invariant, which satisfies the classical dynamical Yang-Baxter equation (CDYBE). CDYBE is a differential equation, which generalizes the usual classical Yang-Baxter equation. It was introduced in 1994 by G.Felder [Fe], in the context of conformal field theory. Solutions of CDYBE and their quantizations appear naturally in several mathematical… CONTINUE READING

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