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Covariant first order differential calculus on quantum Euclidean spheres  [PDF]
Martin Welk
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: We study covariant differential calculus on the quantum spheres S_q^{N-1} which are quantum homogeneous spaces with coactions of the quantum groups O_q(N). The first part of the paper is devoted to first order differential calculus. A classification result is proved which says that for N>=6 there exist exactly two covariant first order differential calculi on S_q^{N-1} which satisfy the classification constraint that the bimodule of one-forms is generated as a free left module by the differentials of the generators of S_q^{N-1}. Both calculi exist also for 3<=N<=5. The same calculi can be constructed using a method introduced by Hermisson. In case N=3, the result is in accordance with the known result by Apel and Schm\"udgen for the Podles sphere. In the second part, higher order differential calculus and symmetry are treated. The relations which hold for the two-forms in the universal higher order calculus extending one of the two first order calculi are given. A "braiding" homomorphism is found. The existence of an upper bound for the order of differential forms is discussed.
Differential calculus on the quantum Heisenberg group  [PDF]
Piotr Kosinski,Pawel Maslanka,Karol Przanowski
Mathematics , 1996, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/29/17/039
Abstract: The differential calculus on the quantum Heisenberg group is conlinebreak structed. The duality between quantum Heisenberg group and algebra is proved.
The Problem of Differential Calculus on Quantum Groups  [PDF]
Gustav W. Delius
Mathematics , 1996, DOI: 10.1007/BF01690336
Abstract: The bicovariant differential calculi on quantum groups of Woronowicz have the drawback that their dimensions do not agree with that of the corresponding classical calculus. In this paper we discuss the first-order differential calculus which arises from a simple quantum Lie algebra. This calculus has the correct dimension and is shown to be bicovariant and complete. But it does not satisfy the Leibniz rule. For sl_n this approach leads to a differential calculus which satisfies a simple generalization of the Leibniz rule.
The Differential Calculus on Quantum Linear Groups  [PDF]
L. D. Faddeev,P. N. Pyatov
Physics , 1994,
Abstract: The non-commutative differential calculus on the quantum groups $SL_q(N)$ is constructed. The quantum external algebra proposed contains the same number of generators as in the classical case. The exterior derivative defined in the constructive way obeys the modified version of the Leibnitz rules.
Covariant first order differential calculus on quantum projective spaces  [PDF]
Martin Welk
Mathematics , 1999,
Abstract: We investigate covariant first order differential calculi on the quantum complex projective spaces CP_q^{N-1} which are quantum homogeneous spaces for the quantum group SU_q(N). Hereby, one more well-studied example of covariant first order differential calculus on a quantum homogeneous space is given. Since the complex projective spaces are subalgebras of the quantum spheres S_q^{2N-1} introduced by Vaksman and Soibelman, we get also an example of the relations between covariant differential calculus on two closely related quantum spaces. Two approaches are combined in obtaining covariant first order differential calculi on CP_q^{N-1}: 1. restriction of covariant first order differential calculi from S_q^{2N-1}; 2. classification of calculi under appropriate constraints, using methods from representation theory. The main result is that under three reasonable settings of dimension constraints, covariant first order differential calculi on CP_q^{N-1} exist and are (for N >= 6) uniquely determined. This is a clear difference as compared to the case of the quantum spheres where several parametrical series of calculi exist. For two of the constraint settings, the covariant first order calculi on CP_q^{N-1} are also obtained by restriction from calculi on S_q^{2N-1} as well as from calculi on the quantum group SU_q(N).
An introduction to quantum groups and non-commutative differential calculus  [PDF]
J. A. de Azcarraga,F. Rodenas
Mathematics , 1995,
Abstract: An introduction to quantum groups and non-commutative differential calculus (Lecture at the III Workshop on Differential Geometry, Granada, September 1994)
Differential Calculus on Quantum Spaces and Quantum Groups  [PDF]
Bruno Zumino
Physics , 1992,
Abstract: A review of recent developments in the quantum differential calculus. The quantum group $GL_q(n)$ is treated by considering it as a particular quantum space. Functions on $SL_q(n)$ are defined as a subclass of functions on $GL_q(n)$. The case of $SO_q(n)$ is also briefly considered. These notes cover part of a lecture given at the XIX International Conference on Group Theoretic Methods in Physics, Salamanca, Spain 1992.
Bicovariant Differential Calculus on the Quantum D=2 Poincare Group  [PDF]
Leonardo Castellani
Physics , 1992, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(92)90395-K
Abstract: We present a bicovariant differential calculus on the quantum Poincare group in two dimensions. Gravity theories on quantum groups are discussed.
Comment on the differential calculus on the quantum exterior plane  [PDF]
Salih Celik,Sultan A. Celik,Metin Arik
Mathematics , 2001, DOI: 10.1142/S0217732398001728
Abstract: We give a two-parameter quantum deformation of the exterior plane and its differential calculus without the use of any R-matrix and relate it to the differential calculus with the R-matrix. We prove that there are two types of solutions of the Yang-Baxter equation whose symmetry group is $GL_{p,q}(2)$. We also give a two-parameter deformation of the fermionic oscillator algebra.
Quantum affine transformation group and covariant differential calculus  [PDF]
N. Aizawa,H. -T. Sato
Physics , 1993, DOI: 10.1143/PTP.91.1065
Abstract: We discuss quantum deformation of the affine transformation group and its Lie algebra. It is shown that the quantum algebra has a non-cocommutative Hopf algebra structure, simple realizations and quantum tensor operators. The deformation of the group is achieved by using the adjoint representation. The elements of quantum matrix form a Hopf algebra. Furthermore, we construct a differential calculus which is covariant with respect to the action of the quantum matrix.
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