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C; at a formal level, they can be transferred to M, but this can be clone in a rigorous way only if we are given sections of the last two projection maps, that is, if we have some way of picking out unique J and K matrices for each ASD connection. The linearized equations If D = d + 4) is a connection on E and 41 is a 1-form with values in adj(E), then the curvature of D + T is F+2DT, to the first order in ', where F is the curvature of D and DIP = dW+4n'+'A b. Thus the linearized ASDYM equation is 5 DAY=*DT.

Thus the curvature is an obstruction to finding a gauge in which = 0 since if there exists a frame in which 4) = 0, then F must be zero in all frames. Conversely, if F = 0, then there exists a local gauge such that 4) = 0 since the vanishing of F is the local Frobenius integrability condition for the system of linear equations Daei = 0. The adjoint bundle From a more geometric point of view, the curvature is a 2-form with values in the adjoint bundle, adj(E). The fibre of adj(E) at x is the Lie algebra of the structure group.

The same is true in the nonlinear theory. Ordinary differential equations By imposing symmetry under a three-dimensional group of space-time transformations, we can reduce the ASD condition to an ordinary differential equation. For example, we can look for electrostatic potentials of the form Ox1,x2,x3) = ekx3+b1oy(r) where x1 + ix2 = rei0, and k and n are constant. Then the reduction is Bessel's equation 2 2 r2J + ry + (k2r2 - n2)y = 0. The corresponding static solution to the ASD equations has cylindrical symmetry: it is invariant up to scale under translation in x3i and under rotation about the x3-axis.