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Hence we can define the integral is w~f L w. There is also another approach, which depends on the theorem on partitions of unity (cf. Springer ). Corollary. If wEAl is a differential form with compact support then we have,' dw = O. In particular, this holds for any form wEAl on a compact Riemann surface S. Is 1. 6. Periods; de Rham Isomorphism. The periods of a closed I-form won a Riemann surface S are the integrals fu w, where u runs through the loops on S. We assume that S is compact. In view of the homological (respectively, homotopic) invariance of these integrals, there is a period homomorphism (respectively, IIw: 7r(S) map --+ C), defined by c f--t fe w.
1. Orientability. Orientability is a purely topological notion (cf. Dold ). But, for simplicity, we shall restrict ourselves to its smooth variant. Let (Xl,"" xn) and (YI,"" Yn) be two real coordinate systems on a differentiable manifold M. We say that they have the same orientation if the Jacobian determinant, det (Z~:), of the coordinate transformation is positive everywhere in the domain of definition. A differentiable or complex manifold M is said to be (smoothly) orientable if it has a differentiable atlas whose coordinate systems have identical orientations.
In a similar way, the local coordinates on a Riemann surface S enable us to define the transversality of an intersection, as well as the intersection product at a point of S. Lemma. Any two loops on S meet transversally, up to homotopy. The proof is based on the theorems of Arzela and Sard (see Dubrovin, Novikov & Fomenko ). Definition. The intersection product of two loops u and v that meet transversally on a Riemann surface S, is defined by the formula where p runs through the (finite) set of all intersection points of the loops.