By Tilla Weinstein
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Lev Birbrair, Universidade Federal do Ceara, Fortaleza, Brasil
Victor P. Maslov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Walter D. Neumann, Columbia collage, manhattan, USA
Markus J. Pflaum, college of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Dierk Schleicher, Jacobs college, Bremen, Germany
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4) ŒX; Y D X Y YX; 8. U /. U /, hence a vector field on U . The basic elementary fact about the Lie bracket is the following. 1. 5) Proof. @bj =@x1 / @=@xj , and a Then F#t Y D straightforward calculation shows that this is also the formula for ŒX; Y , in this case. 5) in general, at any point x0 2 U . First, if X is nonvanishing at x0 , we can choose a local coordinate system so the example above gives the identity. x0 / ¤ 0. Finally, if x0 has a neighborhood where X D 0, clearly LX Y D 0 and ŒX; Y D 0 at x0 .
2. t; x/ is C k in x. 16) dy D F . 0/ D x on a parameter , assuming F is smooth jointly in ; y. t; ; x/ in . ; x/. As one special case, let F . y/. t0 ; ; x/ D y. t; x/: It is also true that if F is analytic, then one has the analytic dependence of solutions on parameters, especially on t, so that power-series techniques work in that case. One approach to the proof of this is given in the exercises below, and another at the end of 9. Exercises 1. Let be open in R2n , identified with C n , via z D x C iy.
V be a diffeomorphism. x/: As noted there, an alternative characterization of G# Y is given in terms of the flow it generates. 2) FYt ı G D G ı FGt # Y : The proof of this is a direct consequence of the chain rule. 1. If G# Y D Y , then FYt ı G D G ı FYt .
An introduction to Lorentz surfaces by Tilla Weinstein