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F k+1 ) φ ∀ f j ∈ C ∞ (M ). (34) k Similarly we associate to a differential operator O ∈ Dpoly (M ) a section Oφ ∈ Γ(Dpoly ) determined by the fact that Oφ (fφ1 , . . , fφk+1 ) = O(f 1 , . . , f k+1 ) φ ∀ f j ∈ C ∞ (M ). 4. e. iff it is of the form Fφ D k for some F ∈ Tpoly (M ); a section of Dpoly is DF poly −horizontal if and only k if is of the form Oφ for some O ∈ Dpoly (M ). Dolgushev constructs his L∞ -morphism in two steps from the fiberwize Kontsevich formality from Ω(M, Tpoly ) to Ω(M, Dpoly ) building first a twist which depends only on the curvature and its covariant derivatives, then building a contraction using the vanishing of the DG cohomology.
X. Defining dx = (−1)|x| Q1 x [x, y] := Q2 (x ∧ y) = (−1)|x|(|y|−1) Q2 (x, y), (16) November 4, 2009 13:57 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in ewmproc Deformation Quantisation and Connections 21 the above relations show that d is a differential on V , and [ , ] is a graded skewsymmetric bilinear map from V × V → V satisfying (−1)|x||z| [[x, y], z] + (−1)|y||x| [[y, z], x](−1)|z||y| [[z, x], y] + terms in Q3 = 0 and d[x, y] = [dx, y] + (−1)|x| [x, dy]. 1. Any L∞ –algebra (V, Q) so that all the Taylor coefficients Qn of Q vanish for n > 2 yields a differential graded Lie algebra and vice versa.