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Vertex Lie algebras and cyclotomic coinvariants

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages62
JournalCommunications in Contemporary Mathematics
Volume19
Issue2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2016

Abstract

Given a vertex Lie algebra $\mathscr L$ equipped with an action by automorphisms of a cyclic group $\Gamma$, we define spaces of cyclotomic coinvariants over the Riemann sphere. These are quotients of tensor products of smooth modules over `local' Lie algebras $\mathsf L(\mathscr L)_{z_i}$ assigned to marked points $z_i$, by the action of a `global' Lie algebra ${\mathsf L}^{\Gamma}_{\{z_i \}}(\mathscr L)$ of $\Gamma$-equivariant functions. On the other hand, the universal enveloping vertex algebra $\mathbb V (\mathscr L)$ of $\mathscr L$ is itself a vertex Lie algebra with an induced action of $\Gamma$. This gives `big' analogs of the Lie algebras above. From these we construct the space of `big' cyclotomic coinvariants, i.e. coinvariants with respect to ${\mathsf L}^{\Gamma}_{\{z_i \}}(\mathbb V(\mathscr L))$. We prove that these two definitions of cyclotomic coinvariants in fact coincide, provided the origin is included as a marked point. As a corollary we prove a result on the functoriality of cyclotomic coinvariants which we require for the solution of cyclotomic Gaudin models in arXiv:1409.6937. At the origin, which is fixed by $\Gamma$, one must assign a module over the stable subalgebra $\mathsf L(\mathscr L)^{\Gamma}$ of $\mathsf L(\mathscr L)$. This module becomes a $\mathbb V(\mathscr L)$-quasi-module in the sense of Li. As a bi-product we obtain an iterate formula for such quasi-modules.

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Electronic version of an article published as Benoît Vicedo and Charles Young, Commun. Contemp. Math. 0, 1650015 (2016) [62 pages] DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0219199716500152 Vertex Lie algebras and cyclotomic coinvariants.

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