By Jan-Erik Björk

ISBN-10: 9048142385

ISBN-13: 9789048142385

ISBN-10: 9401707170

ISBN-13: 9789401707176

This is often the 1st monograph to be released on analytic D-modules and it deals a whole and systematic therapy of the rules including a radical dialogue of such smooth subject matters because the Riemann--Hilbert correspondence, Bernstein--Sata polynomials and a wide number of effects touching on microdifferential analysis.

Analytic D-module conception stories holomorphic differential platforms on advanced manifolds. It brings new perception and strategies into many components, akin to endless dimensional representations of Lie teams, asymptotic expansions of hypergeometric services, intersection cohomology on Kahler manifolds and the calculus of residues in different advanced variables.

The publication includes seven chapters and has an in depth appendix that is dedicated to an important instruments that are utilized in D-module conception. This comprises an account of sheaf conception within the context of derived different types, a close examine of filtered non-commutative earrings and homological algebra, and the fundamental fabric in symplectic geometry and stratifications on advanced analytic sets.

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L v . Since V is conic it is well known that G*I v is a graded ideal of G'Dx where the Nullstellen Satz for conic analytic sets in T*(X) gives: ~O G*Iv · Proposition. 11 Characteristic ideals. Let M be a coherent and graded CDx-module. The annihilating ideal (0 : M) = {Q E CD x : QM = O} is a graded and coherent ideal of CD x. Its radical is also a graded and coherent ideal of CD x, denoted by J(M) and called the characteristic ideal of M. 12 Proposition. Let M be a coherent and graded CDx-module.

Ox) . (Ox) , M) = DRx(M) for every left Dx-module M. 6. CHARACTERISTIC VARIETIES Let X be a complex manifold of some dimension n. Its holomorphic cotangent bundle is denoted by T*(X) and 11" is the projection from T*(X) onto X. If (U, Xl, . , Xn) is a chart in X there exists a chart in T*(X): (11"x l (U) , XI, '" , Xn'~l'''' '~n) where (x , O are canonical coordinates. Recall that there exists the radial vector field f! x on T* (X) expressed by ~ ~j a/ a~j in canonical coordinates. 1 Definition.

In Mr the right action by the derivation operators {ov} satisfy: ea. (m 0 0 dX) = -ov(m) 0 0 dX + m 0 0 = -ov(m) 00 dX, where 0 = La. (dX) ea. (dX) was used. In the right 'Dx-module Ad(M) we get It follows that the Ox-linear isomorphism Ad(M) -; Mr is right 'Dx-linear. 6 The left 'Dx-module Ox. c the left ideal of 'Dx generated by ex. c. c is its left annihilator. c c::: x . This isomorphism will be used at many occasions later on. 1 Definition. c, M) . Then hor(M) is a ex-module, called the sheaf of horisontal sections of M.

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