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We denote the t-th product by at b, not by a(t) b. Let O be a vector space. Denote the elements of O by f, g, h. A skew-symmetric 1-truncated conformal algebra over O is an algebra a, x ⊗ y → [x, y], with an even symmetric bilinear map a ⊗ a → O, x⊗y → (x, y), and even linear maps a⊗O → O, x⊗f → xf , and d : O → a such that [x, y] + [y, x] = d(x, y), (df )g = [df, x] = 0, and (x, df ) = xf . Here and in the following we denote the elements of a by x, y, z. The map a → End(O), x → x·, is the anchor of a.

Then the conformal Jacobi identity holds for a, b, c iff it holds for any permutation of a, b, c. Proof. The conformal Jacobi identity is [[aλ b]µ c] = [aλ [bµ−λ c]] − [bµ−λ [aλ c]]. It holds for a, b, c iff it holds for b, a, c since [[b−λ−T a]µ c] = [eT ∂λ [b−λ a]µ c] = e−µ∂λ [[b−λ a]µ c] = [[bµ−λ a]µ c]. It holds for a, b, c iff it holds for a, c, b since [[aλ b]µ c] = −eT ∂µ [c−µ [aλ b]], [aλ [bµ−λ c]] = −[aλ e(T −λ)∂µ [c−µ b]] = −eT ∂µ [aλ [c−µ b]], and [bµ−λ [aλ c]] = −eT ∂µ [[aλ c]−µ+λ b].

We have Lc−1 = L−1 = T and Lc0 = L0 = H on Rc . Moreover, Lc = L − L′ ∈ R2 . 9 (ii). The vector Lc is quasi-primary because Lc , L′ commute. We have ✷ cˆLc = cˆL − cˆL′ because L2 L = L′2 L′ + Lc2 Lc . 11 U (1)-Currents and Chodos-Thorn Construction We show how conformal vectors can be modified using a U (1)-current. 42 2 Vertex Lie Algebras A U (1)-vector of a vertex Lie algebra R is an even vector J such that Jλ J = kˆJ λ for some kˆJ ∈ ker T . 6 implies that if R is of CFT-type then any even vector J ∈ R1 is a U (1)-vector.

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