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Tensor algebras and universal enveloping algebras 27 Lie algebra abelianization T(M)αβ of T(M). 3. We form Lie(T (M)) and divide by the Θ-graded k-submodule [T (M), T (M)] to obtain T (M)αβ , which like T (M) and T (M)ab = S (M), is of the form Ln (M) 0≤n where Ln (M) = (M n⊗ )Cyln is the quotient of the nth tensor power of M by the action of the cyclic group Cyln permuting the factors cyclically with the sign ǫ(θ, θ′ ) coming from the grading. In M n⊗ , we must divide by elements of the form [x1 ⊗ · · ·⊗ x p , x p+1 ⊗ · · ·⊗ xn ] = x1 ⊗ · · ·⊗ xn − ǫ(θ, θ′ )x p+1 ⊗ · · ·⊗ xn ⊗ x1 ⊗ · · ·⊗ x p where x1 ⊗ · · · ⊗ x p ∈ (M p⊗ )θ and x p+1 ⊗ · · · ⊗ xn ∈ (M (n−p)⊗ )θ′ .

In other words, the Moore subcomplex is the intersection of the filtration N(X) = F q (X), and the boundary d is q just d0 : Nq (X) → Nq−1 (X). The next theorem is proved by retracting F p X into F p+1 X with a morphism of complexes homotopic to the inclusion morphism of F p+1 X into F p X. For the proof of the theorem, we refer to MacLane 1963, VIII. 6. 6. Let X be a simplicial object in an abelian category A. The following composite is an isomorphism N∗ (X) → X∗ → X∗ /D∗ (X), and the induced homology morphisms H∗ (N(X)) → H∗ (X) and are each isomorphisms.

36 The last formula, the one for dq , reflects how the identification of A⊗X with R(A⊗X ⊗A) is made from the right action of A on A becoming the left action on Aop . Again we have di d j = d j−1 di for i < j. ′ (A) Further, as a complex over k, we see clearly that Cq (A) = Cq−1 ′ i with di = φi for i < q. 2) we deduce immediately that (C∗ (A), b′ ) is acyclic. In terms of b′ , it is clear that b = b′ + (−1)q dq . 4. The Hochschild homology HH∗ (A) = H∗ (A, A) of A can be calculated as H∗ (C∗ (A)), the homology of the standard complex of A.

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