Chiral homology

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In mathematics, chiral homology was introduced by Beilinson−Drinfeld. In their words, "Chiral homology is a “quantum” version of (the algebra of functions on) the space of global horizontal sections of an affine -scheme (i.e., the space of global solutions of a system of non-linear differential equations)."

Lurie's topological chiral homology gives a generalization.[1]

See also

References

  • Ch. 4 of Beilinson−Drinfeld, Chiral algebras, available at [1]