By Florian Cajori
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12 15 Shifted complexes and shifted ﬁltrations Let A be a vector space ﬁltered with a (for example, decreasing) ﬁltration F . For any integer r we deﬁne the shifted ﬁltration (r) F on A by (r) F p A = F p+r A If the ﬁltration F , together with its conjugate F¯ , induces on A a pure Hodge structure of weight N , the shifted ﬁltrations (r) F and (r) F¯ induce a pure Hodge structure of weight N − 2r. Let L· , d· be a complex, r an integer. The r-shifted complex L· (r), d(r)· is given by L· (r)k = Lk+r and d(r)k = dk+r Let us suppose that L· , d is ﬁltered with a (for example, decreasing) ﬁltration F .
N where z k are the complex coordinates on Cn . 4 Line bundles and divisors (i) Let D be a complex irreducible hypersurface in a manifold M . Then one can cover M by a system of coordinates U = (Ua ) so that in each Ua , D is given by an equation sa = 0 where sa ∈ O (Ua ). Then in Ua ∩ Ub , one has sa = ϕab sb where ϕab is a holomorphic function which does not vanish. Obviously ϕab = ϕ−1 ab , ϕab ϕbc ϕca = Id so that the (ϕab ) deﬁne a system of transition functions for a line bundle L(D) → M and the collection (sa ) deﬁnes a global section s ∈ O (M, L (D)) whose zero set is D.
Then f is a morphism of ﬁltered spaces for F¯ q , is a morphism of graded spaces and is strict. Proof. We already know that f is a morphism of ﬁltered spaces for F¯ q . 3. 4. Let f : A → B be a morphism of pure Hodge structures of respective weights N and M . (i) If N = M , ker f , im f , Cokerf and Coimf carry pure Hodge structures of weight N = M . (ii) If N > M , f is zero. p,q Let us prove (ii). We have A = . 2 because p + q > M . 4. Let A be a complex vector space endowed with a conjugation a→a ¯.
An introduction to the theory of equations by Florian Cajori