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40) divided by nŠ. V/. 40). t u the d d 1 12 13 Here we use that ???? is algebraically closed. See Sect. 3 of Algebra I. 41) is called the Veronese variety. 19 (Veronese Embedding) Verify that the prescription ' 7! V / ,! 41). 5 on p. 34 that for every Grassmannian polynomial ! 2 ƒn V over a field of characteristic zero, there exists a unique alternating tensor e ! 2 Altn V V ˝n mapped to ! under the factorization by the skewcommutativity relations sk W V ˝n ƒn V . WV V V ! ????; e ! i; called the complete polarization of the Grassmannian polynomial !
W; u/ for all u; w 2 V. Recall that a correlation on a vector space W is a linear map b ˇ W W ! W . The correlations ˛ ˝ ˇ w (see Sect. 1 of are in bijection with the bilinear forms ˇ W W W ! u; w/ D u; b Algebra I). 7 That is, independent of any extra data on U and W, such as the choice of bases. u; w; w/. 1 Free Associative Algebra of a Vector Space Let V be a vector space over an arbitrary field ????. We write V ˝n ≝ V ˝ V ˝ ˝V for the tensor product of n copies of V and call it the nth tensor power of V.
5 (Universal Property of Free Commutative Algebras) Show that for every commutative ????-algebra A and linear map f W V ! A, there exists a unique homomorphism of ????-algebras e f W SV ! A such that f D e ' ∘ Ã. Also show that for every linear map Ã0 W V ! S0 to a commutative algebra S0 that possesses the same universal property, there exists a unique isomorphism of algebras W S0 ⥲ SV such that Ã0 D Ã. For this reason, the symmetric algebra SV is also called the free commutative ????commutative algebra with unit spanned by V.