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Quasi-hom-Lie algebras, central extensions and 2-cocycle-like identities. (English) Zbl 1099.17015
The authors first introduce the notion of quasi-hom-Lie algebras, a natural generalization of hom-Lie algebras introduced by J. T. Hartwig and the authors. Quasi-hom-Lie algebras include color Lie algebras and superalgebras, and can be seen as deformations of these by maps, twisting the Jacobi identity and skew-symmetry. The goal for introducing the quasi-hom-Lie algebras is to generalize or deform the Witt algebra of derivations on the Laurent polynomials [t,t -1 ]. A theory of central extensions for quasi-hom-Lie algebras is developed. The main result of the paper is the description of central extensions of quasi-hom-Lie algebras in terms of equivalence classes of 2-cocycle-like maps.
Reviewer: Yucai Su (Hefei)

17B99Lie algebras
17B68Virasoro and related algebras