By Giampiero Esposito

ISBN-10: 0521648629

ISBN-13: 9780521648622

The Dirac operator has many helpful functions in theoretical physics and arithmetic. This e-book offers a transparent, concise and self-contained advent to the worldwide concept of the Dirac operator and to the research of spectral asymptotics with neighborhood or nonlocal boundary stipulations. the speculation is brought at a degree compatible for graduate scholars. a variety of examples are then given to demonstrate the odd houses of the Dirac operator, and the function of boundary stipulations in heat-kernel asymptotics and quantum box thought. subject matters coated contain the creation of spin-structures in Riemannian and Lorentzian manifolds; purposes of index thought; heat-kernel asymptotics for operators of Laplace variety; quark boundary stipulations; one-loop quantum cosmology; conformally covariant operators; and the position of the Dirac operator in a few fresh investigations of four-manifolds. This quantity offers graduate scholars with a rigorous creation and researchers with a priceless connection with the Dirac operator and its functions in theoretical physics.

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The first is the disk model, that is, for K = —l/p 2 one considers B n (p) with Riemannian metric The geodesies are either lines emanating from the origin, or circles intersecting the boundary S n - 1 (p) orthogonally. The second model is the upper half-plane y/ — K y The geodesies consist of lines and circles which intersect R n - 1 = {y = 0} orthogonally. One can give a unified treatment to many calculations in the constant curvature spaces, as follows: Definition. Given a real constant K, we let sK denote the solution to the ordinary differential equation satisfying the initial conditions sK(0) = 0, sK'(0) = 1.

The Laplacian on Riemannian manifolds 43 that is, d2f dr2 1 d^g(r;Qdf y/g(r;£) dr dr rU ' ' where CT£ denotes the Laplacian of the Riemannian (n - l)-submanifold S(p; r) at q — exp r£. Consider the special case: f(x) —

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