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By Matthias Lesch

The authors convey the Connes-Chern of the Dirac operator linked to a b-metric on a manifold with boundary by way of a retracted cocycle in relative cyclic cohomology, whose expression is dependent upon a scaling/cut-off parameter. Blowing-up the metric one recovers the pair of attribute currents that characterize the corresponding de Rham relative homology classification, whereas the blow-down yields a relative cocycle whose expression includes better eta cochains and their b-analogues. The corresponding pairing formulae, with relative K-theory sessions, catch information regarding the boundary and make allowance to derive geometric results. As a spinoff, the authors convey that the generalized Atiyah-Patodi-Singer pairing brought through Getzler and Wu is inevitably constrained to nearly flat bundles

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For p = ∞ the estimate is a simple consequence of the Spectral Theorem. 15). 4 for the heat kernel. 7. 3) and is of order ≤ a+1. 2 50 3. HEAT KERNEL AND RESOLVENT ESTIMATES 2 Then for t > 0 the operator [A, e−tD ] is of trace class. 17) 2 [A, e−tD ] p ≤ C(t0 , ε) t−a/2− dim M−1+ε 2p 0 < t ≤ t0 ; , C(t0 , ε) is independent of p. 18) 2 [A, e−tD (I − H)] p ≤ C(δ, ε) t−a/2− dim M−1+ε 2p e−tδ , 0 < t < ∞. Proof. 2 in the Fredholm case as t → ∞. For p = ∞ the estimates are a simple consequence of the Spectral Theorem.

27) 2 Aj e−σj tD (I − H) ≤ Cδ (σj t)−dj /2 e−σj tδ , 0 < t < ∞. 21). Ak where now Aj0 −1 ϕj0 −1 and Aj0 are compactly supported. Continuing this way, also to the right of j0 , it remains to treat the case where each Aj has compact support. Case 1. 5: 2 A0 e−σ0 tD A1 · . .

By the universal property of Cliﬀord algebras one obtains an embedding of Cliﬀord bundles ∂ ∗ ∗ C ∂M → b C b T|∂M M . Moreover, the decomposition b T|∂M M = T ∗ M ⊕ R · r ∂r b b ∗ induced by gb even gives rise to a splitting C T|∂M M → C ∂M . Let now W → M be a degree q b-Cliﬀord module over M. Then C ∂M acts on W|∂M ∗ via the embedding C ∂M → b C b T|∂M M . We denote the resulting left action of the boundary Cliﬀord bundle on W|∂M again by c. 44) Ej = cr∂ (w, ej ) := for w ∈ Wp , p ∈ ∂M, j = 1, · · · , q, cr w, ej , , w , for w ∈ Wp , p ∈ ∂M, j = q + 1, −cl dr r cf.