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Deformation of Kählerian Lie groups

joint with P. Bieliavsky, P. Bonneau, V. Gayral, Y. Maeda, Y. Voglaire

Francesco D'Andrea

International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) Via Beirut 2-4, Trieste, Italy

09/09/2010

Workshop on Quantum Groups and Physics, Caen, 610 September 2010.

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Outline

1

Introduction Hopf algebras and compact quantum groups Drinfeld twist/cocycle quantization The operator algebra approach

2

From formal to non-formal deformations: Moyal The Moyal plane Moyal-Weyl quantization

3

Deformation of Kählerian Lie groups Definition and decomposition Formal deformations Multiplicative unitaries

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Hopf algebras & compact quantum groups

Motivating example: if G = compact topological group, the group structure is encoded in the algebra A := R(G) of complex-valued representative functions. Dually to the group operations one can define co-operations

:AAA (f)(g1 D g2 ) := f(g1 g2 ) D

:AC (f) := f(IG ) D

S:AA S(f)(g) := f(g-1 ) D

satistying the axioms of a commutative Hopf algebra (HA):

( id) = (id ) D ( id) = (id ) = id D (S id) = (id S) = (ab)= (a)(b) D

Then [Drinfeld-Jimbo, Majid, `80s]:

(coassociativity) (counity) (coinverse)

D

(ab) = (a) (b) F

Tannaka-Kren duality: G can be reconstructed from its irreps., i.e. from R(G). i

quantum groups := non-commutative non-cocommutative Hopf algebras.

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Quantization of Poisson-Lie groups

Let G := is both a compact group and a Poisson manifold and A := R(G). It is natural to look for formal deformations of A, i.e. associative products h on the

C[[h]]-module A[[h]] of the form f1 h f2 = f1 · f2 +

ih

2

{f1 D f2 } + O(h2 ) D

such that (A[[h]]D h D D F F F) is still an Hopf algebra. The necessary condition

(f1 h f2 ) = (f1 )(h h )(f2 )

at the leading order in h gives ()

{aD b} = {a(1) D b(1) } a(2) b(2) + a(1) b(1) {a(2) D b(2) } D

for all aD b A , and with (u) = u(1) u(2) the Sweedler notation. A Lie group with a Poisson structure satisfying () is called Poisson-Lie group. Most concrete examples of quantum groups are of this type: deformations

(R(G)[[h]]D h ) of Poisson-Lie groups with undeformed coproduct.

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Drinfeld twist/cocycle quantization

A twist based on a bialgebra U (e.g. U = U(g)[[h]]) is an invertible F U U s.t.

( id)(F) · (F I) = (id )(F) · (I F) D ( id)(F) = (id )(F) = I I F F -1 is a counital Hopf 2-cocycle (cf. e.g. [Majid, 1995]). With F we can define:

a new bialgebra UF = (UD F ) by replacing of U with

F (X) := F-1 (X)F D

XUF

for any left U-module algebra A with product m(a b) = ab (e.g. R(G)[[h]]), a left UF -module algebra AF = (AD F ) with product

a F b = m F(a b) D

aD b A F

F)

for any bialgebra O dual to U (e.g. R(G)[[h]]), a OF = (OD

dual to UF by

a

Here and

F

b := m(F (a b) F-1 ) F

are the left/right canonical actions. Rem.: the coproduct is undeformed!

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The operator algebra approach

Gelfand-Namark thm: the top. space G can be reconstructed from Q := C0 (G) . i

¢ C -algebra Q and a coassociative unital C -algebra morphism : Q Q Q satisfying certain density properties [Woronowicz, `80s].

Theorem: commutative compact quantum groups = compact topological groups. Other possible definitions/generalizations to the non-compact case:

A compact quantum group (CQG) is a pair (QD ) given by a complex unital

¢ Hopf C -algebras [Vaes & Van Daele, 2001]: similar to HAs but sm() Q Q. ¢ Multiplier Hopf algebras [Van Daele, 1994]: HA with no I, sm() M(Q Q). ¢ LCQG [Kusterman & Vaes, 2000]: (QD D D ) with : Q M(Q Q) and

(resp. ) left (resp. right) invariant faithful KMS weight. Modelled on C0 (G). Bornological QGs [Voigt, 2005]: (A D D ), modelled on A := C (G), uses c bornological algebras. A pair (QD ) can be constructed from a multiplicative unitary!

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Quantum groups via multiplicative unitaries

[Baaj-Skandalis `90s, later Woronowicz & Soltan]

All informations about a locally compact group G are encoded in the Kac-Takesaki operator, that is the op. W B(H H) -- H = L2 (GD dR µ) -- closure of

(W)(gD g ) = (gg D g ) F W is unitary . . . and multiplicative:

()

W12 W13 W23 = W23 W12 F

From W one can reconstruct C0 (G) (then the topological space G) as

C0 (G) = ( id)(W) B(H)

and the group structure from the property

norm cl.

W (I T )W = T T

T = Rg for some g G F

Idea: define a LCQG via a multiplicative unitary, i.e. a unitary W on some H H satisfying the Pentagon equation ().

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Outline

1

Introduction Hopf algebras and compact quantum groups Drinfeld twist/cocycle quantization The operator algebra approach

2

From formal to non-formal deformations: Moyal The Moyal plane Moyal-Weyl quantization

3

Deformation of Kählerian Lie groups Definition and decomposition Formal deformations Multiplicative unitaries

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The Moyal plane

Let {P1 D P2 } := basis of R2 and A := U(R2 )-module algebra with multiplication m. An associative product on A[[h]] is given by

a M b := m eihP1 P2 (a b) F h

Example: if A = C (R2 ) and Pi = i we get a deformation quantization of R2 . Memorandum A deformation quantization of (MD {D }) is an ass. product h on C (M)[[h]] given by:

a h b := ab +

where Cn are bidifferential operators.

ih

2

{aD b} +

n 2h

n

Cn (aD b) D

From deformation quantizations to twists and back Left invariant h 's on G are in bijection with twisting elements (Hopf 2-cocycles) Fh based on U(g)[[h]] via the formula

a h b = m Fh (a b) F

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Moyal-Weyl quantization

Non-formal deformations: if f1 D f2 S(R2 ) then f1 M f2 is convergent (to a Schwartz h function) for any h R× , and can be rewritten as an oscillatory integral:

(f1 W f2 )(x) := h

I (h)2

R2 ×R2

e h {(x,y)+(y,z)+(z,x)} f1 (y)f2 (z)d2 y d2 z D

i

with := standard symplectic form. Remark:

W can be extended to larger classes of functions: C - / Hilbert algebras, . . . h

[Gracia-Bondía & Várilly, 1988] Weyl: formulation of quantum mechanics on phase-space. Rieffel: strict deformation quantization for actions of Rd . Examples: SUq (2) [Sheu, 1991], G for any compact G with rank Connes-Landi spheres, . . . Using the integral kernel of W one can deform the Kac-Takesaki operator of any locally h compact group G with rank 2 [Vaes et al., Lecture Notes, 2001].

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2 [Wang, 1996],

Outline

1

Introduction Hopf algebras and compact quantum groups Drinfeld twist/cocycle quantization The operator algebra approach

2

From formal to non-formal deformations: Moyal The Moyal plane Moyal-Weyl quantization

3

Deformation of Kählerian Lie groups Definition and decomposition Formal deformations Multiplicative unitaries

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Normal j-algebras & Kählerian Lie groups

j-algebras were introduced in the study bounded homogeneous domains in Cn .

Definition [Piatetski-Shapiro]

A normal j-algebra (bD D j) is given by i) a solvable Lie algebra b split over R (i.e. AdX has only real eigenvalues X b); ii) j End(b) s.t. j2 = -I and j[XD Y] = [jXD Y] + [XD jY] + j[jXD jY] for all XD Y b; iii) a linear form : b R s.t. ([jXD X]) > H X = H and ([jXD jY]) = ([XD Y]) . One can associate a (bD D j) to any bounded homogeneous domain. The Lie group B is a Kähler manifold with an invariant Kähler structure (j gives the complex structure and the Chevalley coboundary d gives the Kähler form). We call this a Kählerian Lie group. To each semisimple g = k a n of Hermitian type (i.e. rank k = I) one can attach a normal j-algebra, with b := a n. These are called elementary.

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Decomposition and formal extension lemma

Elementary normal j-algebras are building blocks for normal j-algebras.

Theorem [Piatetski-Shapiro]

For any (bD D j) a split exact sequence 0 b0 b b1 0 where b0 is an elementary normal j-ideal.

Corollary

Any b can be constructed by iteration as semidirect product of elementary normal j-algebras and possibly an abelian factor.

Formal extension lemma

Let b = b0

b1 and Fi twists based on U(bi )[[h]]. If F0 U(b0 )b1 U(b0 )b1 [[h]] , then F := F0 F1

is a twist based on U(b)[[h]].

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Elementary normal j-algebras

Definition

Fix n N. Then i) b

R × R2n × R has basis HD {Xi }i=1,...,2n D E and relations [Xi D Xj ] = (i+n,j - i-n,j )E D [HD E] = PE D [ED Xi ] = H D [HD Xi ] = Xi F

i vi Xi

ii) The map

bBD

x := (aD vD t) exp(aH)exp

+ tE

is a global Darboux diffeomorphism. iii) Within these coordinates the group law is

x · x = a + a D e-a v + v D e-2a t + t + 1 e-a (vD v ) 2

with (vD v ) =

n i=1 (vi vi+n

- vi+n vi ) standard symplectic structure on R2n .

Remark 1: B is a 1D extension of the Heisenberg group Hn := {x = (aD vD t) B : a = H}. Remark 2: there is extra structure on B, namely it is a symplectic symmetric space.

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A star product on B

Within the theory of symplectic symmetric spaces [Bieliavsky-Cahen-Gutt, 1997] it is possible to define an associative product (on suitable test functions) in the form of an oscillatory integral. For h R× and : R C satisfying some technical conditions, we define

(f1 h, f2 )(x0 ) =

B×B

Kh, (x1 D x2 )f1 (x0 x1 )f2 (x0 x2 )dx1 dx2 D

where dx is the left-invariant Haar,

Kh, (x1 D x2 ) := P-2n (h)-2(n+1) Acan (x1 D x2 ) e h Scan (x1 ,x2 ) e(a1 )+(-a2 )-(a1 -a2 ) D

the canonical amplitude and phase are

i

Acan (x1 D x2 ) := (cosh a1 cosh a2 cosh (a1 - a2 ))n

cosh 2a1 cosh 2a2 cosh 2(a1 - a2 ) D

Scan (x1 D x2 ) := sinh (2a1 )t2 - sinh (2a2 )t1 + cosh a1 cosh a2 (v1 D v2 ) F

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The formal twist

-- n = 0, = 0 --

Define 0 (a) :=

1 2

log cosh 2a .

Proposition

For n = 0 and = 0 the formal twist is given by

Fh =

n 0

h ( i2 )n Fn D

Fn :=

(-I)l Bl,m Bj,k Hk El Hm Ej D

j,k,l,m 0 j+l=n

where

Bj,k :=

n1 +n2 +...+nj =k n1 +2n2 +...+jnj =j

n1 n2 F F F j j 1 2 D n1 ! n2 ! F F F nj !

n

and n are the Taylor coefficients of arcsinh. Remark 1: since Bj,k = 0 for all j < k, Fn is a finite sum (i.e. Fn UEA). Remark 2: a completely explicit formula can be given for arbitrary .

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The formal twist

-- n and arbitrary --

Proposition

Denoting by Fh,

n=0

the twist in the n = 0 case, we have:

Fh, = Fh,

n n=0 i=0

Gi h

where the Gi 's are mutually commuting (so that their order in the product doesn't matter) h and are given by

k

Gi := h

k 0

-ihch (E) k3

(-1)|||| X1 F F F Xk X-1 F F F X-k D

{±}k

with the shorthand notation X- = Xi and X+ = Xn+i , with |||| the number of + signs in and with

ch (E) := (1 - h2 E2 1)- 2 (1-1 h2 E2 )- 2 F

1

1

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Deforming the Kac-Takesaki operator of B

The Kac-Takesaki operator of B is given on 2-point functions by

W = (id m)( id)

where m()(g) = (gD g) extends the multiplication map and ()(gD g ) = (gg ) . The pentagon equation follows from (f1 f2 ) = (f1 )(f2 ). Idea: deform the product m into m such that is still an algebra morphism. Formally this is obtained by twisting the product. In the framework of bounded operators we proceed as follows. . . We define

Fh, = dx1 dx2 Kh, (x1 D x2 ) R 1 R 2 x x

Fh, = dx1 dx2 Kh, (x1 D x2 ) L -1 L -1 x x

1 2

where (R f)(g) := f(gx) and (L f)(g) := f(xg) . The operators Fh, and Fh, are the x x `non-formal analogue' of Fh, and

-1 Fh, , with / the left/right canonical actions.

Proposition

Fh, and Fh, are unitary operators on L2 (BD dR x) and L2 (BD dL x) respectively.

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A common domain for the operators F

From now on assume (a) = -(a) = (-a) . One of the main technical points:

Proposition [P. Bieliavsky, V. Gayral]

¢ under left/right translations and Fh, and Fh, are continuous operators on D D.

As a corollary, the doubly twisted product Let T : (aD vD t) (sinh 2aD (cosh a)-1 vD t). The Fréchet space D := T S(R2n+2 ) is stable

¢ m : DD D D

m = m F, F,() D

h )(f2 )

h f2 ) = (f1 )( h ¢ D) (bornological quantum group??). The operator where : D M(D

is a well defined associative product on D. It satisfies (f1

W := (id m )( id)

¢ with domain D D , satisfies the pentagon equation.

Is it bounded? (unitary?) not on H = L2 (BD dR x) !

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On the unitarity of W

Lemma

The operator W can be rewritten as (*)

W = (1 2 )Yh, (1 - 2 )W Fh, D

1 1

where W is the (undeformed) Kac-Takesaki operator of B, is the modular function and

Yh, := dx1 dx2 Kh, (x1 D x2 )R 2 (x1 ) 2 L -1 F x x

1

1

Remarks: both R and x (x) 2 L -1 are unitary left actions of B on L2 (BD d2 x); x x

1

W , Fh, and Yh, in (*) are unitary on L2 (BD d2 x) but is not.

a minimal modification of W in order to get a unitary operator is U := Yh, W Fh,

U does not satisfy the pentagon equation.

change Hilbert space!

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Modifying the Hilbert space

Definition/Proposition

Let ,

: D × D D be the sesquilinear form: D = m (D )(x) dR x D

D =

(x)(x)dR x the L2 -inner product and Ph the pseudo-differential operator Ph := D +

1 + D2

(n+1)/2

with D := -ih/t . Then i) ii)

D

,

= Ph D Ph ;

is an inner product (Ph is positive and invertible);

iii) W estends to a unitary operator on H H , where H is the Hilbert space completion of D w.r.t. the inner product , .

Remark: H = L2 (R2n+1 D e2(n+1)a dad2n v) H(n+1)/2 (R), where Hs (R) is the s-th Sobolev space in the variable t.

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Thank you for your attention.

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