By W.N. Bailey

ISBN-10: 0028407601

ISBN-13: 9780028407609

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LX G ! 4 a). Such a construction works in general10 and is functorial. Now observe that Ld Ge is MumLG (OQGe (1)). 3 c), which proves the lemma. Now our question of the surjectivity of f has a positive answer in view of the following. 3. Theorem. 3 c) to LX G splits. Proof. Consider the inclusion i : LX Ge ,! LGe. The map Lie(i) : LX g ,! Lg sends X f to X fb=0 where fb=0 is the Laurent development of f at x0 . 2 a) is trivial over LX g, hence LX g may be seen as a subalgebra of Lcg. Consider the basic highest weight representation H1 (0) of level one of Lcg and take coinvariants: B = [H1 (0)]LX g = H1(0)=L g:H (0): X 1 The I will use is that B 6= 0.

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2 b) : L[ G m; m hence a line bundle L 1 on the homogeneous space QGe . 1. A line in the innite Grassmannian. Consider the morphism of C groups ' : SL2 ! SL2 R((z)) a b 7 ! d cz 1 c d bz a and moreover the morphism of C -groups : LSL2 ! LGe deduced from the map SL2 ! Ge associated to the highest root . 2 c) ' = : SL2 ! LG: The Borel subgroup B2 SL2 of upper triangular matrices maps to L+ Ge by construction, hence we get a morphism ' : P1C ! QGe . An easy calculation 46 shows that the derivative Lie(') maps the standard sl2 -triplet fe; f; hg = fX ; X ; H g to the sl2 -triplet fX z; X z 1 ; H g of Lg.

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