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VI; p. 29, Section 7]. On the other hand, frequent use of the above material is made in subsequent chapters of this treatise, including Part II. See the following Section 6 for an important notion concerning physical applications, still based on the space of A-connections as above (cf. 1 in the sequel). 6 Related A-Connections. Moduli Space of A-Connections 33 6 Related A-Connections. Moduli Space of A-Connections By referring to the type of A-connections considered already by the title of the present section, we ﬁrst remark that this actually has, as we shall see presently below, a special bearing, for instance, on the so-called gauge equivalent (A-)connections.
68) on X . 69) . 67). 71) ˜ αβ ), δ(ω(α) ) := ∂(g which also will be of use in the sequel. So the last relation will be applied in Part II of the present treatise by further looking at the cohomological classiﬁcation of Yang–Mills ﬁelds (see Chapt. I; Section 9). 71) as well. On the other hand, further considerations of the group of gauge transformations of a given vector sheaf E on X will also be applied in Part II of this study (cf. Chapt. 1) in conjunction with metric notions, still referring to Yang–Mills ﬁelds.
See [VS: Chapt. IV; p. 1]. 7) Conn A (E) = D + Ω(EndE)(X ), with D a given A-connection of E. 2) u ∈ Ω(EndE)(X ). 1) Conn A (E) (cf. 3)), is an afﬁne space, modeled on the A(X )-module Ω(EndE)(X ). Especially, if we consider a line sheaf L on X , since in that case one has (see [VS: Chapt. II; p. 7) the following relation, pertaining to the set (in point of fact, afﬁne space, cf. 11) Conn A (L) = D + Ω(X ), where D stands, of course, for a given A-connection D of L. 13) where ω ∈ Ω(X ), that is, a “1-form” on X .