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An (alomst) Hermitian manifold is a smooth manifold compatibly equipped with
Equivalently an almost Hermitian structure, namely a G-structure for $G = U(n) \hookrightarrow GL(2n,\mathbb{R})$ the unitary group.
If in addition it carries compatibly symplectic structure it is called a Kähler manifold.
complex structure | + Riemannian structure | + symplectic structure |
---|---|---|
complex structure | Hermitian structure | Kähler structure |
Given an oriented smooth manifold $X$, an (almost) Hermitian structure on $X$ is
an (almost) complex structure $J$;
a Riemannian structure $g$
such that the rank $(0,2)$ tensor field
is a non-degenerate differential 2-form, then called the Hermitian form or similar.
If in addition the Hermitian form $\omega(-,-) = g(-,J-)$ is closed, hence a symplectic structure, then $(X,J,g)$ is an (almost) Kähler manifold.
A spin structure on a compact Hermitian manifold (Kähler manifold) $X$ of complex dimension $n$ exists precisely if, equivalently
there is a choice of square root $\sqrt{\Omega^{n,0}}$ of the canonical line bundle $\Omega^{n,0}$ (a “Theta characteristic”);
there is a trivialization of the first Chern class $c_1(T X)$ of the tangent bundle.
In this case one has:
There is a natural isomorphism
of the sheaf of sections of the spinor bundle $S_X$ on $X$ with the tensor product of the Dolbeault complex with the corresponding Theta characteristic;
Moreover, the corresponding Dirac operator is the Dolbeault-Dirac operator $\overline{\partial} + \overline{\partial}^\ast$.
This is due to (Hitchin 74). A textbook account is for instance in (Friedrich 74, around p. 79 and p. 82).
spin structure on Hermitian manifolds is discussed for instance in
Discussion of the relation between Hermitian metrics and almost Kähler metrics is in
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