By Peter Orlik, Volkmar Welker

Orlik has been operating within the zone of preparations for thirty years. Lectures in this topic comprise CBMS Lectures in Flagstaff, AZ; Swiss Seminar Lectures in Bern, Switzerland; and summer season university Lectures in Nordfjordeid, Norway, as well as many invited lectures, together with an AMS hour talk.

Welker works in algebraic and geometric combinatorics, discrete geometry and combinatorial commutative algebra. Lectures regarding the publication contain summer time college on Topological Combinatorics, Vienna and summer time institution Lectures in Nordfjordeid, as well as a number of invited talks.

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Let Tp be the q-tuple obtained from T by deleting ip . I: Degenerations of T with |S ∩ T | ≤ q − 1 for all S ∈ Dep(T , T ). II: The collection {(Tp , m) | m ∈ T } for each ﬁxed p, 1 ≤ p ≤ q + 1. III: The collection {(Tp , m) | 1 ≤ p ≤ q + 1} for each ﬁxed m ∈ T . If q = 1, then Type II does not appear. Observe that p denotes a position in the ordered set T while m denotes an element not in T . 8 Formal Connections In the remaining sections of this chapter we deﬁne formal connections in the Aomoto complex.

J∈L For every j ∈ K, {Kj , T } ∈ Dep(T ). Here k+q (aK aU ) = (−1)j ay aKj aU . ω ˜ {K j ,T } Similarly, for every j ∈ K and every m ∈ L, {Kj , m, T } ∈ Dep(T ). Here k+q (aK aU ) = am aKj aU . ω ˜ {K j ,m,U,n+1} In the remaining parts of this case we may assume that T ⊂ S for S ∈ Dep(T ). 2. If there exists S ∈ Dep(T ) with |S ∩ {K, U }| ≥ k + q − 1 and T ⊂ S, then S = {K, Tp , m} with m ∈ [n + 1] \ T . The classiﬁcation implies that (Tp , m) is in Type II or III, and all the other members of that type must also be in Dep(T ).

Hi } ∈ nbc, where ay (X) = H∈AX yH ⊗ aH for X ∈ L. 1 q q recall that ξ(S) = (X1 > · · · > Xq ), where Xp = k=p Hik for 1 ≤ p ≤ q. Let C • (NBC, R) be the cochain complex of NBC over R. Note that C −1 (NBC, R) is a rank-one free R-module whose basis is the cochain ∅∗ , dual to ∅, the only (−1)-simplex. We deﬁne Θq : C q−1 (NBC, R) −→ Aq (1 ≤ q ≤ r) by α(S)θy (S) ∈ Aq , Θq (α) = S∈nbc |S|=q where α ∈ C q−1 (NBC, R) and θy (S) = Ξy (ξ(S)). For q = 0, deﬁne Θ0 : C −1 (NBC, R) −→ A0 by Θ0 (α) = α(∅) ∈ A0 = R.