# A Course in Vertex Algebra by Rosellen M.

By Rosellen M.

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Then the conformal Jacobi identity holds for a, b, c iff it holds for any permutation of a, b, c. Proof. The conformal Jacobi identity is [[aλ b]µ c] = [aλ [bµ−λ c]] − [bµ−λ [aλ c]]. It holds for a, b, c iff it holds for b, a, c since [[b−λ−T a]µ c] = [eT ∂λ [b−λ a]µ c] = e−µ∂λ [[b−λ a]µ c] = [[bµ−λ a]µ c]. It holds for a, b, c iff it holds for a, c, b since [[aλ b]µ c] = −eT ∂µ [c−µ [aλ b]], [aλ [bµ−λ c]] = −[aλ e(T −λ)∂µ [c−µ b]] = −eT ∂µ [aλ [c−µ b]], and [bµ−λ [aλ c]] = −eT ∂µ [[aλ c]−µ+λ b].

Then T R is a two-sided ideal with respect to [ , ]. If R satisfies conformal skew-symmetry then [ , ] on R/T R is skew-symmetric. Since [aλ b] and a ⊗ b → ζ ab [b−λ−T a] are λ-brackets, we obtain: Lemma. Let R be a conformal algebra and S ⊂ R a subset. If any a, b ∈ S satisfy conformal skew-symmetry then so do any a, b ∈ K[T ]S. Proposition. Let g be a skew-symmetric algebra. If a(z), b(z) ∈ g[[z ±1 ]] are local then they satisfy conformal skew-symmetry. Proof. 5 (ii), (iii) imply (i) δ(z, w).

4 follows that the linear map Y : R → gR [[z ±1 ]], a → a(z) = at z −t−1 , is a monomorphism of unbounded conformal algebras and Y (R) is local. Proposition. (i) A conformal algebra R satisfies the conformal Jacobi identity iff gR satisfies the Leibniz identity. (ii) A conformal algebra R satisfies conformal skew-symmetry iff gR is skew-symmetric. Proof. 4, and the fact that Y : R → gR [[z ±1 ]] is a monomorphism. 6, and the fact that Y : R → gR [[z ±1 ]] is a monomorphism and Y (R) is local. ✷ Conformal associativity for an unbounded conformal algebra R is (aλ b)µ c = aλ (bµ−λ c).