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Introduction
Commutative geometry
1.1 Commutative algebra
1.2 Differential operators on modules and rings
1.3 Connections on modules and rings
1.4 Homology and cohomology of complexes
1.5 Homology and cohomology of groups and algebras
1.6 Differential calculus over a commutative ring
1.7 Sheaf cohomology
1.8 Local-ringed spaces
1.9 Algebraic varieties
Classical Hamiltonian systems
2.1 Geometry and cohomology of Poisson manifolds
2.3 Hamiltonian systems
2.4 Hamiltonian time-dependent mechanics
2.5 Constrained Hamiltonian systems
2.6 Geometry and cohomology of K¨ahler manifolds
2.7 Appendix. Poisson manifolds and groupoids
Algebraic quantization
3.1 GNS construction I. C∗-algebras of quantum systems
3.2 GNS construction II. Locally compact groups
3.3 Coherent states
3.4 GNS construction III. Groupoids
3.5 Example. Algebras of infinite qubit systems
3.6 GNS construction IV. Unbounded operators
3.7 Example. Infinite canonical commutation relations
3.8 Automorphisms of quantum systems
Geometry of algebraic quantization
4.1 Banach and Hilbert manifolds
4.2 Dequantization
4.3 Berezin’s quantization
4.4 Hilbert and C∗-algebra bundles
4.5 Connections on Hilbert and C∗-algebra bundles
4.6 Example. Instantwise quantization
4.7 Example. Berry connection
Geometric quantization
5.1 Leafwize geometric quantization
5.3 Quantization of time-dependent mechanics
5.4 Example. Non-adiabatic holonomy operators
5.5 Geometric quantization of constrained systems
5.6 Example. Quantum relativistic mechanics
5.7 Geometric quantization of holomorphic manifolds
6.1 Graded tensor calculus
6.2 Graded differential calculus and connections
6.3 Geometry of graded manifolds
6.4 Lagrangian formalism on graded manifolds
6.5 Lagrangian supermechanics
6.6 Graded Poisson manifolds
6.7 Hamiltonian supermechanics
6.8 BRST complex of constrained systems
6.9 Appendix. Supermanifolds
6.10 Appendix. Graded principal bundles
6.11 Appendix. The Ne’eman–Quillen superconnection
Deformation quantization
7.1 Gerstenhaber’s deformation of algebras
7.2 Star-product
7.3 Fedosov’s deformation quantization
7.4 Kontsevich’s deformation quantization
7.5 Deformation quantization and operads
7.6 Appendix. Monoidal categories and operads
Non-commutative geometry
8.1 Modules over C∗-algebras
8.2 Non-commutative differential calculus
8.3 Differential operators in non-commutative geometry
8.4 Connections in non-commutative geometry
8.5 Connes’ non-commutative geometry
8.6 Landsman’s quantization via groupoids
8.7 Appendix. K-Theory of Banach algebras
8.8 Appendix. The Morita equivalence of C∗-algebras
8.9 Appendix. Cyclic cohomology
8.10 Appendix. KK-Theory
Geometry of quantum groups
9.1 Quantum groups
9.2 Differential calculus over Hopf algebras
9.3 Quantum principal bundles
10.1 Categories
10.2 Hopf algebras
10.3 Groupoids and Lie algebroids
10.4 Algebraic Morita equivalence
10.5 Measures on non-compact spaces
10.6 Fibre bundles I. Geometry and connections
10.7 Fibre bundles II. Higher and infinite order jets
10.8 Fibre bundles III. Lagrangian formalism
10.9 Fibre bundles IV. Hamiltonian formalism
10.10 Fibre bundles V. Characteristic classes
10.11 K-Theory of vector bundles
10.12 Elliptic complexes and the index theorem
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Geometry in quantum theory

Geometry in quantum theory

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Preface

Contemporary quantum mechanics meets an explosion of different types of quantization. Some of these quantization techniques (geometric quantization, deformation quantization, BRST quantization, noncommutative geometry, quantum groups, etc.) call into play advanced geometry and algebraic topology. These techniques possess the following main peculiarities. • Quantum theory deals with infinite-dimensional manifolds and fibre bundles as a rule. • Geometry in quantum theory speaks mainly the
Preface

Contemporary quantum mechanics meets an explosion of different types of quantization. Some of these quantization techniques (geometric quantization, deformation quantization, BRST quantization, noncommutative geometry, quantum groups, etc.) call into play advanced geometry and algebraic topology. These techniques possess the following main peculiarities. • Quantum theory deals with infinite-dimensional manifolds and fibre bundles as a rule. • Geometry in quantum theory speaks mainly the

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