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26. 70) = J0 f3tdt. 69) we get the following result. 27. 71) dri =7. 28. 71), one deduces easily how, modulo coboundaries, depends on (THX,gTZ,g£). This is because any two sets of such data can be deformed into each other. f) The determinant bundle. We make the same assumptions as in Section 2 e). Complex lines form a group under the 0 operation. In particular, if A is ®a-1 = C, the canonical a complex line, let A-1 be the dual line, so that A complex line. If E is a complex vector space, put det E = Ama"E .

Let 9TB be a Riemannian metric on gTB. Let VTB be the Levi-Civita connection on (TB,gTB). Then VTB lifts to a connection VTHX on THX. Let T be the torsion of the connection of the connection VTHX S VTZ on TX = THX S TZ. 9], T does not depend on g TB . More precisely T vanishes on T Z x T Z. 47) . IfUETB,VETZ T(UH, V) = ZLuHgTZV . 50) 2(S(U)V,W)+(T(U,V),W)+(T(W,U),V)-(T(V,W),U). ) does not depend on gTB. VsTZ = Vs+z ®OSTz The connection VTZ lifts to a unitary connection VSDZ®6 be the obvious connection on STZ on STZ = S+Z ® STZ.

16. The even form it is real and closed. 33) ao=0,a00=0. 31), we find that dvl=0. 36) 0 Let E>0 (E

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