Michel Dubois-Violette

Michel Dubois-Violette is a mathematical physicist in Paris. His more recent contributions involve noncommutative geometry (where he often collaborated with Alain Connes), homological algebra including the study of Koszul duality and noncommutative differential forms.

  • Alain Connes, Michel Dubois-Violette, Noncommutative finite-dimensional manifolds. I. Spherical manifolds and related examples, Commun. in Math. Physics 230:3 (2002) 539–579 math.QA/0107070 doi

  • M. Dubois-Violette, P. Michor, Connections on central bimodules in noncommutative differential geometry, J. Geom. Phys. 20 (1996) 218

  • M. Dubois-Violette, J. Madore, T. Masson, J. Mourad, On curvature in noncommutative geometry, q-alg/9512004

  • Michel Dubois-Violette, Lectures on differentials, generalized differentials and on some examples related to theoretical physics, math.QA/0005256

  • Michel Dubois-Violette, Tensor product of N-complexes and generalization of graded differential algebras, Bulg. J. Phys. 36 (2009) 227–236 pdf

  • Michel Dubois-Violette, Marc Henneaux, Tensor fields of mixed Young symmetry type and N-complexes, math.QA/0110088 doi

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