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G. 28) a~ == anl va = (alvat, n E I, one obtains the following (local) AlVa-connection of £Iva (n E 1), which there does exist! 15)). 29) 42 Chapter VI. Geometry of Vector Sheaves. 30) for every 0' E I (d. 10», one considers the (local) gauge transform, through "10:, of the standard fiat (local) A-connection of An, with n = rk f. 15). 29) the local LeviCivita Alua -connection of the given vector sheaf f, the latter being restricted to the local gauge VOl of it, under consideration. 29), by· abusing language, just as a local Levi-Civita A-connection of f (always eXIsting, given 0, f and VOl' as before).

292, Lemma 3]), one has the following commutative diagram (d. 10)) Chapter VI. Geometry of Vector Sheaves. 17) r(J*) r(J*(E)) r(J*) r(D). 1(E))). 16). 17) an obvious abuse of notation, concerning the two different actually morphisms r(J*); see Chapt. 20)). 17). 18) D and r(D) are r-related. (a). 19) consisting now of an A-module E on X and an A-connection D of E. 20) . =: l: . U lU C ~ X. 1)) yelds a differential triad on U ~ X. =: (Alu,olu,nl u ), 29 7. 22) i*(D) == DIu, called the restriction of D on U, (viz.

Proof. 14) and then based on the rels. 14). However, the latter is, in effect, a sheaf isomorphism, being such fiber-wise (d. also Chapt. 21)); indeed, one has the following (canonical) isomorphisms for every point x E X (d. Chapt. 36) and Chapt. 9)). Yet, the above isomorphisms are, of course, module structure preserving (see also Chapt. 44)), which thus terminates the prooL. W. D. Stasheff [1: p. 292, Lemma 3]), one has the following commutative diagram (d. 10)) Chapter VI. Geometry of Vector Sheaves.