By Abdenacer Makhlouf, Eugen Paal, Sergei D. Silvestrov, Alexander Stolin

This booklet collects the complaints of the Algebra, Geometry and Mathematical Physics convention, held on the college of Haute Alsace, France, October 2011. equipped within the 4 components of algebra, geometry, dynamical symmetries and conservation legislation and mathematical physics and functions, the booklet covers deformation concept and quantization; Hom-algebras and n-ary algebraic buildings; Hopf algebra, integrable structures and similar math buildings; jet thought and Weil bundles; Lie idea and functions; non-commutative and Lie algebra and more.

The papers discover the interaction among learn in modern arithmetic and physics fascinated by generalizations of the most buildings of Lie idea aimed toward quantization and discrete and non-commutative extensions of differential calculus and geometry, non-associative constructions, activities of teams and semi-groups, non-commutative dynamics, non-commutative geometry and purposes in physics and beyond.

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Then (1) F[0] K α0 = F[0] K α0 = F[0] K α0 + K α0 , (2) the natural map HomU (M(α0 ), M(α0 ) ≥ F) ⊕ HomU (L(α0 ), L(α0 ) ≥ F) is surjective, 34 E. Karolinsky et al. (3) (Kostant’s problem) the action map Ufin ⊕ (End L(α0 ))fin is surjective, −−−−−⊕ −−⊕ (4) for any f, g ⊗ F[0] K α0 we have J (α)( f ≥ g) ⊕ J red (α0 )( f ≥ g) as α ⊕ α0 , (5) for any f, g ⊗ F[0] K α0 we have f 1 λα f 2 ⊕ f 1 λα0 f 2 as α ⊕ α0 . The following two theorems provide examples of J -regular weights. 2 Let ν ⊗ R+ . Consider α0 ⊗ h∞ that satisfies ∪α0 + σ, ν → ↔ ⊗ N, ∪α0 + σ, β → ↔ ⊗ N for all β ⊗ R+ \ {ν}.

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M−n θλ1 ⊗ · · · ⊗ θλm−n is any element of E ∗⊗ ∗ . ζ˙ ∈ Wm−n m−n which projects onto In the case N ≥ 3, to obtain a similar situation, one has to “jump” over the appropriate degrees as for the definition of the Koszul complex K (A , K) and to 14 M. Dubois-Violette assume that m = N p + 1 for some integer p ≥ 1. One then define the complex W (A , K) by setting W2k (A , K) = A ⊗ W N k (26) W2k+1 (A , K) = A ⊗ W N k+1 so that one has Wn (A , K) ⊂ Kn (A , K). One verifies that δWn+1 (A , K) ⊂ Wn (A , K) and therefore W (A , K) is a subcomplex of the Koszul complex with Wn (A , K) = A ⊗ Wν N (n) where ν N (2k) = N k and ν N (2k + 1) = N k + 1.