QuasibomLie algebras, central extensions and 2cocyclelike identities
(2005) In Journal of Algebra 288(2). p.321344 Abstract
 This paper introduces the notion of a quasihomLie algebra, or simply, a qhlalgebra, which is a natural generalization of homLie algebras introduced in a previous paper [J.T. Hartwig, D. Larsson, S.D. Silvestrov, Deformations of Lie algebras using sigmaderivations, math. QA/0408064]. QuasihomLie algebras include also as special cases (color) Lie algebras and superalgebras, and can be seen as deformations of these by maps, twisting the Jacobi identity and skewsymmetry. The natural realm for these quasihomLie algebras is generalizationsdeformations of the Witt algebra delta of derivations on the Laurent polynomials C[t,t(1)]. We also develop a theory of central extensions for qhlalgebras which can be used to deform and generalize... (More)
 This paper introduces the notion of a quasihomLie algebra, or simply, a qhlalgebra, which is a natural generalization of homLie algebras introduced in a previous paper [J.T. Hartwig, D. Larsson, S.D. Silvestrov, Deformations of Lie algebras using sigmaderivations, math. QA/0408064]. QuasihomLie algebras include also as special cases (color) Lie algebras and superalgebras, and can be seen as deformations of these by maps, twisting the Jacobi identity and skewsymmetry. The natural realm for these quasihomLie algebras is generalizationsdeformations of the Witt algebra delta of derivations on the Laurent polynomials C[t,t(1)]. We also develop a theory of central extensions for qhlalgebras which can be used to deform and generalize the Virasoro algebra by centrally extending the deformed Witt type algebras constructed here. In addition, we give a number of other interesting examples of quasihomLie algebras, among them a deformation of the loop algebra. (Less)
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 Larsson, Daniel ^{LU} and Silvestrov, Sergei ^{LU}
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 2005
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 Loop algebras, Witt algebras, algebras, (color) Lie, quasihomLie algebras, deformations, central extensions, Virasoro algebras
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 Journal of Algebra
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 288
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 2
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 321  344
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 Elsevier
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 00218693
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 10.1016/j.jalgebra.2005.02.032
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 English
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