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The product on $\W$-spaces of rational forms

  title={The product on \$\W\$-spaces of rational forms},
  author={A. Zuevsky},
We explore the notion of the spaces Wz1,...,zn of rational differential forms with complex formal parameteres (z1, . . . , zn) for n ≥ 0, and define a product between theire elements. Let V be a quasi-conformal grading-restricted vertex algebra, W be its module, W be the algebraic completion of W , and Wz1,...,zn be the space of rational differential forms in (z1, . . . , zn). Using geometric interpretation in terms of sewing two Riemann spheres with a number of marked points, we introduce a… 


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