Algebraic Geometry - Bowdoin 1985, Part 1 by Bloch S. (ed.) PDF

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Es sei E wieder ein n-dimensionaler linearer Raum, und E* bezeichne den dazu dualen Raum, bestehend aus allen Linearformen a auf E. Den Wert von a an der Stelle x bezeichnen wir mit (x,a). 1 Es seien p und q nichtnegative ganze Zahlen. Eine Abbildung / : E*P x Eq ---t ~ mit den Eigenschaften /( a 1 , ... \ + I',a b i+1 , ... ,aP ,Xl,'" ,Xq ) ,ai-I ,Aa und /(a 1, ... ,aP,Xl,·" ,Xk_l,AX + I'Y,Xk+l, ... ,Xq) = A/(a l , ... ,aP,Xl, ... ,X, ... ,Xq) + 1'/(a1 , ... ,aP,Xl, ... ,y, ... ,Xq) heiia p-fach kontravarianter und q-fach kovarianter Tensor auf E oder kiirzer (p,q)- Tensor.

13tb', ... lie ml( a, 1 ... ,b' , ... ,aP ,X1, ... ,Ym, ... ,Xq ) -- I( a, 1 ... ,b' , ... ,aP ,X1, ... -fJ,QIe ,y" ... ,Xq ) . Die Umrechnung der Komponenten eines Tensors bei der Verjiingung ist wesentlieh einfacher als die abstrakte Formulierung der Definition der Verjiingung. Wenn wir die Definition des verjiingten Tensors C; I auf die Basis anwenden, auf die sich die Komponenten beziehen sollen, lesen wir ab Beispiel. Einer linearen Abbildung T in E entspricht ein Tensor I E Ei. Die Elemente r~ der Matrix von T sind die Komponenten I~ des Tensors I.

AP,xl,· .. ,Xq) = I(a l , ... ,aP,xl, ... ,Xq) + g(a l , ... ,aP,xl, .. · ,Xq) addiert. 1 ... ' 31"'3. 2 Das Tensorprodukt Tensor aus E::t;, definiert durch I "" 9 (a 1 , ... 'Of I = AI 31"'3. 1 ... ' . ® 9 zweier Tensoren I E Ef und 9 E E~ ist ein ,aP ,aP+l , ... ,ap+r ,Xl, ... ,Xq,Xq+l,'" ,Xq+s ) 1 ... ,aP ,Xl,'" ,Xq ) 9 (P+l - I( a, a , ... ,ap+r ,Xq+l, ... ,Xq+s ) . Das Tensorprodukt zweier Tensoren ist bildbar, wenn jeweils der gleiche lineare Raum E zugrunde liegt. 2 vereinbarte Schreibweise fur einfache Tensoren ordnet sich dem Begriff des Tensorproduktes unter.

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