By Yuji Shimizu and Kenji Ueno

Shimizu and Ueno (no credentials indexed) think about numerous elements of the moduli thought from a posh analytic standpoint. they supply a short creation to the Kodaira-Spencer deformation thought, Torelli's theorem, Hodge concept, and non-abelian conformal conception as formulated via Tsuchiya, Ueno, and Yamada. additionally they speak about the relation of non-abelian conformal box concept to the moduli of vector bundles on a closed Riemann floor, and exhibit how you can build the moduli idea of polarized abelian types.

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Let G be a connected reductive group over a local or global field F . 4) and L(G) be the set of G(F )-conjugacy classes of Levi subgroups of G. Let M be a Levi subgroup of G. There is a canonical Gal(F /F )-equivariant embedding Z(G) −→ Z(M). 1) is trivial if F is local, and in Ker1 (F, Z(G)) if F is global. The G-triple (M , sM , ηM,0 ) is called elliptic if it is elliptic as an endoscopic triple for M. Let (M1 , s1 , η1,0 ) and (M2 , s2 , η2,0 ) be endoscopic G-triples for M. 5) such that the images of s1 and α(s2 ) in Z(M1 )/Z(G) are equal.

R ∈ C× }, with the action of Gal(E/Q) given by −1 τ ((λ, λ1 In1 , . . , λr Inr )) = (λλn1 1 . . , λnr r , λ−1 1 In1 , . . , λr Inr ). The second statement is now clear. (ii) It suffices to show that Ker1 (Q, L) = {1} and that Z(L)Gal(F /Q) is connected. The first equality comes from the fact that H1 (Q, L) = H1 (F, GLn ) = {1}. On the other hand, L = GLn (C)[F :Q] , with the obvious action of Gal(F /Q), so Z(L)Gal(F /Q) C× is connected. 4 LEVI SUBGROUPS AND ENDOSCOPIC GROUPS In this section, we recall some notions defined in section 7 of [K13].

1 0 √ Let E = Q[ −b] (b ∈ N∗ square-free) be an imaginary quadratic extension of Q. The nontrivial automorphism of E will be denoted by . Fix once and for all an injection E ⊂ Q ⊂ C, and an injection Q ⊂ Qp for every prime number p. Let n ∈ N∗ and let J ∈ GLn (Q) be a symmetric matrix. Define an algebraic group GU(J ) over Q by GU(J )(A) = {g ∈ GLn (E ⊗Q A)|g ∗ J g = c(g)J, c(g) ∈ A× }, for every Q-algebra A (for g ∈ GLn (E ⊗Q A), we write g ∗ = t g). The group GU(J ) comes with two morphisms of algebraic groups over Q: c : GU(J ) −→ Gm and det : GU(J ) −→ RE/Q Gm .