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Quantum Lichnerowicz - Poisson complex

@inproceedings{Sopin2021QuantumL,
  title={Quantum Lichnerowicz - Poisson complex},
  author={V. Sopin},
  year={2021}
}
  • V. Sopin
  • Published 2021
  • Mathematics, Physics
Using the curved bc–beta-gamma system (a tensor product of a Heisenberg and a Clifford vertex algebra) we introduce quantum analogy of Lichnerowicz differential. As follows we suggest new machinery for finding the Lichnerowicz–Poisson cohomology groups for any Poisson manifold. Moreover, the defined provides new invariant. 

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