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By David R. Hilbert

Not like different books of geometry , the writer of this publication developed geometry in a axiomatic approach . this can be the characteristic which range from different books of geometry and how i admire . Let's see how the writer developed axiomization geometry . instinct and deduction are strong how one can wisdom . The axioms are the intuitive ideas that are pointless to be proved . The theorems are the established propositions that are deduced from axioms . even if axioms are intuitive , they could have the proven propositions referred to as theorems which contradict . in the event that they do , the procedure of the axiomization geometry might holiday down . since it has a few fake propositions if you happen to imagine the contradictory ones as fact , and vice versa . There are all of the discussions of the issues above in bankruptcy 2 known as consistency that's vitally important in an axiomatic process .

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Deformations and Quantization 33 b) In a symmetric way, derivations and deformations of a Lie al­ gebra arise from a same cohomology, the so-called Chevalley coho­ mology of the Lie algebra corresponding to the adjoint representa­ tion. Let (W,F) be a symplectic manifold and (N,P) the correspon­ ding Poisson Lie algebra. A Chevalley p-cochain (p > 0) C is here P an alternate p-linear map of N into N, the 0-cochains being iden­ tified with the elements of N. ,u p) = Ł ^ ; ; / ( i { u vc ( u X . i .

349-367. M. Tulczyjew, Hamiltonian systems, Lagrangian systems and the Legendre transformation, Symposia Mathematica, 14 (1974), pp. 247-258. M. Tulczyjew, The Legendre transformation, Ann. Inst. H. Poincare, 27 (1977), pp. 101-114. [8] A. S. DEFORMATIONS AND QUANTIZATION André Lichnerowicz Chaire de Physique Mathématique Collège de France Paris, France It is well-known that it is possible to give a complete description of Classical Mechanics in terms of symplectic geometry and Poisson bracket.

1 - CLASSICAL DYNAMICS AND SYMPLECTIC GEOMETRY a) Let (W,F) be á smooth symplectic manifold of dimension 2n. (W) the Betti number of W. For simplicity , we put Í = C °° (W, IR ) . The symplectic structure is defined on W n by the closed 2-form of rank 2n (F is φ 0 everywhere). Consider the isomorphism of vector bundles ě = TW -> T*W defined by y(X) = - i(X)F (where i( . ) is the inner product); this isomor­ phism may be extended to tensors in a natural way. We denote by Ë the antisymmetric contravariant 2-tensor ě ^(F).

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