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V~) are finite-dimensional, and an L2 (E ® ~±(M))-complete orthonormal set of vectors can be selected from the V>. (V~). Note that V+ (V>. (V~)) ~ V>. (V~), since for 1/; E V>. (V~) we have V~ (V+ 1/;) = (V+ 0 V-) (V+ 1/;) = V+ ((V- 0 V+) (1/;)) = V+ (V! (1/;)) and similarly V- (V>. = V+ (A1/;) = AV+ (1/;), (V~)) ~ V>. (V~). V>. (V~) : V>. (V~) ~ V>. (V~) * is an isomorphism, since it has the inverse V~. Thus the set of nonzero eigenvalues (and their multiplicities) of V~ coincides with that of V~.
Dim V>. (V~)). 13 below) for V+ will eventually follow. However, first the existence of the heat kernel needs to be established. Let the positive eigenvalues of V~ be placed in a sequence 0 < Al :=::: A2 :=::: ... , where each eigenvalue is repeated according to its multiplicity. Let u~ , u~ , ... _J (V~)). We let uti1 , ... , utin+ be an L 2-orthonormal basis of KerV+2 = KerV+, and let u 01 , ... , u On _ be an L 2 -orthonormal basis of Ker V~ = Ker V _. We can pull back the bundle E®~± (M) via either of the projections M x M x (0, 00) ~ M given by 7l"1 (x, y, t) := x and 7l"2 (x, y, t) := y, and take the tensor product of the results to form a bundle K± := 7l"~ (E ® ~± (M)) ® 7l"; (E ® ~± (M)) ~ M x M x (0,00).
V~), since for 1/; E V>. (V~) we have V~ (V+ 1/;) = (V+ 0 V-) (V+ 1/;) = V+ ((V- 0 V+) (1/;)) = V+ (V! (1/;)) and similarly V- (V>. = V+ (A1/;) = AV+ (1/;), (V~)) ~ V>. (V~). V>. (V~) : V>. (V~) ~ V>. (V~) * is an isomorphism, since it has the inverse V~. Thus the set of nonzero eigenvalues (and their multiplicities) of V~ coincides with that of V~. (V~) index(V+) # O. ) - dim Vo(V~) L e- t >. (dim V>. (V~)). 13 below) for V+ will eventually follow. However, first the existence of the heat kernel needs to be established.