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Since step 2 is canonical, we shall concen- trate on step 1. Assume that the dimension of X is even, m = 2n. ) For fixed x E X choose an orthonormal basis v1,. . 3 we obtain a decomposition of the fibre into 'eigenspaces' and canonical = isomorphisms c(v(e)) : where e = (es,.. , is a choice of signs, Co = (+,. ,, for which the . sign = —. any Hermitian metric on and expand the metric on by the isomorphism c(v(e)). L for all sign choices e is a unitary isomorphism. I. Clifford Algebras and Dirac Operators 12 We write c3 := c(v3) and check that c = — c,.

Clifford Algebras and Dirac Operators 28 where r now is the tangent vector field on X defined by the condition (r; w) = 82) for all w E TX. Then Now the proposition follows by integration. 4. (The general Bochner identity). Let X be a compact Riemannian manifold (with or without boundary), and let S be a Ct(X)-module with compatible connection. Let A2 denote the Dirac Laplacian and let D*D denote the connection Laplacian. Then A2 =D*D+1Z. Here IZ is a canonical section of Hom(S, S) defined by the formula jz,v=1 } is any orthonormal tangent frame at the point in question, is the curvature transformation of S (cf.

Let X be a compact Riemannian manifold (with or without a smooth boundary). (a) Let k denote the field of real or complex numbers and let E be a smooth k-vector bundle of fibre dimension N over X. A connection 2. 3) D(fs) = df®s+fDs for f E C°°(X) and s E C°°(X;E). Given a smooth vector field v: X —. TX on X, we thus obtain a map : C°°(X;E) -+ C°°(X;E) called the covariant derivative with respect to v. At a given poin := (v, only depends on vt,, and on the values of s x E X, in a neighbourhood of s.