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5) 0 ~ A*(n) ......... ~ A*-- P > A*--* 0 ~A(n) --~E x t rig 0 ~ ~ A*--* 0 is commutative. The right hand square of the morphism A* ~ Extrig(A,Gm). of the left hand square (c) by definition To check the commutatlvity let the extension O ~ Gm ~ E ~ A ~ O represent an element homomorphism in Cartier A*(n). 4). 6) A(n)¢ Thus going A*(n) are Gm~A ¢IA(n)l: A(n)l ~ ~ * Gm around the left hand square: ~ 7 ~A(n) extension ! ~ E~A A ~ Extr~g(A'Gm) together A(n)l ~ G m assigns (e) with the rigidification and the canonical the trivial whose components inclusion A .

Will admit an integrable zj connection. The converse is equally trivial. 2) Proposition: P~(S) ~ ~l(~) Proof: To any line bundle with integrable connection (i,~) we v associate the cohomology class of the cech cocycle ((fij),(mi))e CI(o~)@ cO(~A) where functions and mi connection on ~l~i. D. ,~Pic(A) Now we shall consider Lie algebras. G on Sch/S , the formation of the associated Zariski sheaf. 1,4) Proposition: H1 R > ~(~l(~)) (A/S) P~. is canonically isomorphic to T,ie(P_~), Proof: We must examine Ker(P~(S[~]) ~ P~(S)) can be regarded as the kernel of ) ~ ~z(n*) .

Clearly the image of the trivial extension is zero and thus the map is identically zero implying that the connection V' is integrab le. 5) To show the connection structure let us replace gE" V' E is compatible with the group by the corresponding line bundle Then we are to show the isomorphism s*(gE) ~ , v~(~E)® v~(gE) is horizontal. Using this isomorphism the problem can be interpreted as that of showing that two connections on s*(~E) we obtain a sectiQn, are the same. 8(V') in Taking their "difference" p(S,~_A~A).

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