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By Andrei A. Bytsenko, G. Cognola, E. Elizalde, V. Moretti, S. Zerbini

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One of many goals of this publication is to give an explanation for in a easy demeanour the possible tough problems with mathematical constitution utilizing a few particular examples as a consultant. In all the instances thought of, a understandable actual challenge is approached, to which the corresponding mathematical scheme is utilized, its usefulness being duly proven. The authors attempt to fill the distance that usually exists among the physics of quantum box theories and the mathematical tools most fitted for its formula, that are more and more challenging at the mathematical skill of the physicist.

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Do Carmo (1992)]. In particular, a strictly positive upper bound fco for the sectional curvature of a compact manifold is sufficient to have r > 0, indeed, in this case r > Tr/\/k~o. No­ tice also that, for instance, a Riemannian manifold symmetric under a Lie group of isometries involves r > 0 trivially. Finally r > 0 if M. is compact as one may easily show. We also remind the reader that in either Lorentzian or Euclidean smooth manifolds (no matter the value of r in the latter case) the so-called Synge world function (x,y) H-> a(x,y) introduced above can be defined as follows (and this definition is equivalent to that given above in the Euclidean case).

W. G. A. Fulling (1991)]. 1 Heat-Kernel Expansion and Coefficients The heat-kernel expansion on compact manifolds The zeta function technique is based on several mathematical properties of the heat kernel associated with the operator A. In the following we summarize relevant statements of the heat kernel on a compact manifold. M. Wald (1979); I. B. B. Davies (1989)]. P. do Carmo (1992)]. 9) (the index x in Ax means that A acts on the variable x) with initial condi­ tion, lim / d/j,g(y) K(t,x,y\A)i{j(y) *-*-o+ JM uniformly in x, for all tp 6 C°(M).

24) j where N TN{t, x, z) = x(cr(a;, y)) ^ aj(x, y^t1 . j=0 This function is of class C°°([0,+oo) x M x M) and vanishes smoothly whenever the geodesic distance between x and z is sufficiently large, that is d(x, z) > r/2, with our definition of x- ^{t, z, y) happens to enjoy similar properties, but it is defined only when the distance of z and y is sufficiently small, for instance if d(x,y) < r and t > 0. In that case T is of class CL provided N > -D/2 + 2L. Then, pick out a geodesically spherical open neighborhood of any fixed u E M, Ju, with a geodesic radius ro < r / 8 .

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