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A note on noncommutative Poisson structures  [PDF]
William Crawley-Boevey
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We introduce a new type of noncommutative Poisson structure on associative algebras. It induces Poisson structures on the moduli spaces classifying semisimple modules. Path algebras of doubled quivers and preprojective algebras have noncommutative Poisson structures given by the necklace Lie algebra.
Hopf Structures on Minimal Hopf Quivers  [PDF]
Hua-Lin Huang,Yu Ye,Qing Zhao
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper we investigate pointed Hopf algebras via quiver methods. We classify all possible Hopf structures arising from minimal Hopf quivers, namely basic cycles and the linear chain. This provides full local structure information for general pointed Hopf algebras.
Poisson Structures On Closed Manifolds  [PDF]
Sauvik Mukherjee
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We prove an h-principle for poisson structures on closed manifolds.
On characterization of Poisson and Jacobi structures  [PDF]
Janusz Grabowski,Pawel Urbanski
Physics , 2002,
Abstract: We characterize Poisson and Jacobi structures by means of complete lifts of the corresponding tensors: the lifts have to be related to canonical structures by morphisms of corresponding vector bundles. Similar results hold for generalized Poisson and Jacobi structures (canonical structures) associated with Lie algebroids and Jacobi algebroids.
Poly-Poisson structures  [PDF]
D. Iglesias-Ponte,J. C. Marrero,M. Vaquero
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper we introduce poly-Poisson structures as a higher-order extension of Poisson structures. It is shown that any poly-Poisson structure is endowed with a polysymplectic foliation. It is also proved that if a Lie group acts polysymplectically on a polysymplectic manifold then, under certain regularity conditions, the reduced space is a poly-Poisson manifold. In addition, some interesting examples of poly-Poisson manifolds are discussed.
Poisson structures and generalized Kahler structures  [PDF]
Ryushi Goto
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: Let X be a compact Kahler manifold with a non-trivial holomorphic Poisson structure. Then there exist deformations of non-trivial generalized Kahler structures with one pure spinor on X. We prove that every Poisson submanifold of X is a generalized Kahler submanifold with respect to the deformed generalized Kahler structures and provide non-trivial examples of generalized Kahler submanifolds arising as holomorphic Poisson submanifolds. We also obtain unobstructed deformations of bi-Hermitian structures constructed from Poisson structures.
New Generalized Poisson Structures  [PDF]
J. A. de Azcarraga,A. M. Perelomov,J. C. Perez Bueno
Mathematics , 1996, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/29/7/001
Abstract: New generalized Poisson structures are introduced by using suitable skew-symmetric contravariant tensors of even order. The corresponding `Jacobi identities' are provided by conditions on these tensors, which may be understood as cocycle conditions. As an example, we provide the linear generalized Poisson structures which can be constructed on the dual spaces of simple Lie algebras.
Generalized Poisson structures  [PDF]
J. A. de Azcarraga,A. M. Perelomov,J. C. Perez Bueno
Mathematics , 1996,
Abstract: New generalized Poisson structures are introduced by using skew-symmetric contravariant tensors of even order. The corresponding `Jacobi identities' are given by the vanishing of the Schouten-Nijenhuis bracket. As an example, we provide the linear generalized Poisson structures which can be constructed on the dual spaces of simple Lie algebras.
Poisson structures on tangent bundles  [PDF]
Gabriel Mitric,Izu Vaisman
Mathematics , 2001,
Abstract: The paper starts with an interpretation of the complete lift of a Poisson structure from a manifold M to its tangent bundle TM by means of the Schouten- Nijenhuis bracket of covariant symmetric tensor fields defined by the co- tangent Lie algebroid of M. Then, we discuss Poisson structures of TM which have a graded restriction to the fiberwise polynomial algebra; they must be p-related (p is the projection of TM onto M) with a Poisson structure on M. Furthermore, we define transversal Poisson structures of a foliation, and discuss bivector fields of TM which produce graded brackets on the fiberwise polynomial algebra, and are transversal Poisson structures of the foliation by fibers. Finally, such bivector fields are produced by a process of horizontal lifting of Poisson structures from M to TM via connections.
Poisson structures on cotangent bundles
Gabriel Mitric
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2003, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171203201101
Abstract: We make a study of Poisson structures of T∗M which are graded structures when restricted to the fiberwise polynomial algebra and we give examples. A class of more general graded bivector fields which induce a given Poisson structure w on the base manifold M is constructed. In particular, the horizontal lifting of a Poisson structure from M to T∗M via connections gives such bivector fields and we discuss the conditions for these lifts to be Poisson bivector fields and their compatibility with the canonical Poisson structure on T∗M. Finally, for a 2-form ω on a Riemannian manifold, we study the conditions for some associated 2-forms of ω on T∗M to define Poisson structures on cotangent bundles.
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