By Andrew H. Wallace
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Since A2φ,Hc −1 acts on S · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F )∗ , we get the identity in End (S · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F )∗ ), ∗ T ∗X 1 = dTHcX , dφ,Hc A2φ,Hc −1 . 16), we deduce that S · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F )∗ , dTHcX is exact. 13). 8) and the fact that A2φ,Hc is hΩ (T X,π F ) selfadjoint, if a ∈ S · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F )0 , a ∈ S · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ), we get 0 a, A2n φ,Hc a hS · (T ∗ X,π∗ F ) = 0. 17) that S (T X, π F )0 and S (T X, π F )∗ are mutually hS (T X,π F ) · ∗ ∗ orthogonal. Since hS (T X,π F ) is nondegenerate, we get the second part of ∗ T ∗X our theorem.
First we use the canonical isomorphism Λ· (T X) Λn−· (T ∗ X) ⊗Λn (T X) . 6), we get the isomorphism Λ· (T ∗ T ∗ X) π ∗ Λ· (T ∗ X) ⊗Λn−· (T ∗ X) ⊗Λn (T X) . 7) will now be generated by e , . . , en . Set λ0 = ei iebi . 8) Then we conjugate the operator obtained by the ﬁrst transformation by e−λ0 . Let T 0 , p be given by T 0 , p = T fαH , ei , p f α ei . 9) A ﬁnal conjugation is done by conjugating the operator we obtained before M by exp T 0 , p . Starting from CM φ,H−ω H , Dφ,H−ω H , we obtain the operators M M Cφ,Hc −ωH , Dφ,Hc −ωH .
Let k : X → T ∗ X be the embedding of X as the zero section of T ∗ X. Let H · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ) (resp. H c,· (T ∗ X, π ∗ F )) be the cohomology of T ∗ X (resp. with compact support) with coeﬃcients in π ∗ F . Then, classically, H · (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ) = H · (X, F ) , H c,· (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ) = H ·−n (X, F ⊗ o(T X)) . 1) The ﬁrst isomorphism comes from the maps k ∗ : Ω· (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ) → Ω· (X, F ) HODGE THEORY, THE HYPOELLIPTIC LAPLACIAN AND ITS HEAT KERNEL 45 and π ∗ : Ω· (X, F ) → Ω· (T ∗ X, π ∗ F ). The second is the Thom isomorphism.