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Here φ−1 T N is the pullback of T N to M along φ. We work this out in local coordinates for k = 0, 1, 2. 4) where if the left-hand side is evaluated at x ∈ M , all objects on N are evaluated at φ(x). On the bundles ⊗k T ∗ M ⊗φ−1 T N , there is a natural inner product ·, · which in local coordinates is given by v, w = v α wβ hαβ ξ, η = ξiα ηjβ hαβ g ij and similarly for higher order tensors. t. ·, · . Further, letting ∆D v α = g ij Di Dj v α the identity ∆D v, w µg = − M Dv, Dw µg M holds, and thus the operator ∆D is self-adjoint with respect to the L2 pairing v, w µg .
The advantages of our results in  are as follows. (i) We can prove our assumptions for several mixing states of one-dimensional systems. The assumption of  is valid for Gibbs states for ﬁnite range interactions, ground states of the (massive) XY model, quasifree states of CAR algebras. (ii) Our limit theorem is valid for (not strictly local) certain quasi-local observables, which we named exponentially localized observables. 1), we can show CLT under the following condition: |ϕ(Q1 Q2 ) − ϕ(Q1 )ϕ(Q2 )| ≤ C(Q1 ) Q2 r−d−1− .
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Annales Henri Poincaré - Volume 4 by Vincent Rivasseau (Chief Editor)