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The aim of this paper is to investigate the cohomologies for ternary algebras of associative type.We study in particular the cases of partially associative ternary algebras and weak totally associative ternary algebras. Also, we consider the Takhtajan's construction, which was used to construct a cohomology of ternary Nambu-Lie algebras using Chevalley-Eilenberg cohomology of Lie algebras, and discuss it in the case of ternary algebras of associative type. One of the main results of this paper states that a usual deformation cohomology does not exist for partially associative ternary algebras which implies that their operad is not a Koszul operad.

The paper is dedicated to studying cohomologies adapted to deformation theory of ternary algebraic structures appearing more or less naturally in various domains of theoretical and mathematical physics and data processing. Indeed, theoretical physics progress of quantum mechanics and the discovery in 1973 of the Nambu mechanics (see [48]), as well as a work of Okubo on Yang-Baxter equation (see [49]), gave impulse to a signicant development on ternary algebras and more generally n-ary algebras. The ternary operations, in particular cubic matrices, were already introduced in the nineteenth century by Cayley. The cubic matrices were considered again and generalized by Kapranov, Gelfand, and Zelevinskii in 1994 (see [30]) and Sokolov in 1972 (see [54]). Another recent motivation to study ternary operation comes from string theory and M-branes where appeared naturally a so-called Bagger-Lambert algebra (see [3]). For other physical applications, see [1,31-35].

The concept of ternary algebras was introduced rst by Jacobson (see [29]). In connection with problems from Jordan theory and quantum mechanics, he dened the Lie triple systems. A Lie triple system consists of a space of linear operators on vector space *V* that is closed under the ternary bracket [*x*, *y*, *z*]*T* = [[*x*, *y*], *z*], where [*x*, *y*] = *xy* – *yx*. Equivalently, a Lie triple system may be viewed as a subspace of the Lie algebra closed relative to the ternary product. A Lie triple system arose also in the study of symmetric spaces (see [43]). We distinguish two kinds of generalization of binary Lie algebras: ternary Lie algebras (resp., *n*- ary Lie algebras) in which the Jacobi identity is generalized by considering a cyclic summation over *S*_{5} (resp., *S*_{2n–1}) instead of *S*_{3} (see [25,47]), and ternary Nambu algebras (resp., *n*-ary Nambu algebras) in which the fundamental identity generalizes the fact that the adjoint maps are derivations. The fundamental identity appeared rst in Nambu mechanics (see [48]), see also [55] for the algebraic formulation of the Nambu mechanics. The abstract denitions of ternary and more generally n-ary Nambu algebras or *n*-ary Nambu-Lie algebras (when the bracket is skew-symmetric) were given by Fillipov in 1985 (see [13] in Russian). While the *n*-ary Leibniz algebras were introduced and studied in [8]. For deformation theory and cohomologies of ternary algebras of Lie type, we refer to [14,15,26,38,56,57].

In another hand, ternary algebras or more generally *n*-ary algebras of associative type were studied by Carlsson, Lister, and Loos (see [6,40,42]). The typical and founding example of totally associative ternary algebra was introduced by Hestenes (see [27]) dened on the linear space of rectangular matrices with complex entries by *AB*C* where *B** is the conjugate transpose matrix of B. This operation is strictly speaking not a ternary algebra product on *M _{m,n}* as it is linear on the rst and the third arguments but conjugate-linear on the second argument. The ternary operation of associative type leads to two principal classes: totally associative ternary algebras and partially associative ternary algebras. Also they admit some variants. The totally associative ternary algebras are also called associative triple systems. The operads of

The generalized Poisson structures and *n*-ary Poisson brackets were discussed in [9,10,24,47]. While the quantization problem was considered in [11,12]. Further generalizations and related works could be found in [4,5,23,50-52].

In this paper, we summarize in Section 2 the denitions of ternary algebras of associative type and Lie type with examples, and recall the basic settings of homological algebra. Section 3 is devoted to study the cohomology of partially associative ternary algebras with values in the algebra. We provide the rst and the second coboundary operators and show that their extension to a usual 3-coboundary does not exist. This shows that the operad of partially ternary algebras is not a Koszul operad. In Section 4, we consider weak totally associative ternary algebras for which we construct a *p*-coboundary operator extending, to any *p*, the 2-coboundary operators already dened by Takhtajan (see [56]). In Section 5, we discuss Takhtajan's construction for ternary algebras of associative type. The process was introduced by Takhtajan to construct a cohomology for ternary algebras of Lie type starting from a cohomology of binary algebras. It was used to derive the cohomology of ternary Nambu-Lie algebras from the Chevalley-Eilenberg cohomology of Lie algebras. We show that a usual cohomology of ternary algebras of partially associative type cannot be constructed from binary algebras of associative type. We also show in Section 6, that the skew-associative binary algebras do not carry a usual cohomology tting with deformation theory and therefore their operad is not Koszul as well.

In this section, we summarize the denitions of dierent ternary algebra structures of associative type and Lie type and provide some examples, and then give general settings for cohomology theories.

**Ternary algebra structures**

Let be an algebraically closed eld of characteristic zero and let *V* be a -vector space. A ternary operation on *V* is a linear map or a trilinear map *m* :. If *V* is *n*-dimensional vector space and is a basis of *V* , the ternary operation *m* is completely determined by its structure constants , where

A ternary operation is said to be *symmetric* (resp., *skew-symmetric*) if

and, respectively,

where Sgn(*σ*) denotes the signature of the permutation .

We have the following type of \associative" ternary operations.

**Definition 2.1.** A totally associative ternary algebra is given by a -vector space *V* and a ternary operation *m* satisfying, for every ,

**Example 2.2.** Let be a basis of a 2-dimensional space V =^{2}, ternary operation on *V* given by

denes a totally associative ternary algebra.

**Definition 2.3.** A weak totally associative ternary algebra is given by a -vector space *V* and a ternary operation *m* satisfying, for every ,

Naturally, every totally associative ternary algebra is a weak totally associative ternary algebra.

**Definition 2.4.** A partially associative ternary algebra is given by a -vector space *V* and a ternary operation *m* satisfying, for every ,

**Example 2.5.** Let be a basis of a 2-dimensional space V =^{2}, ternary operation on *V* given by denes a partially associative ternary algebra.

We introduce in the following some variants of partial total associativity of ternary operations.

**Definition 2.6.** An alternate partially associative ternary algebra of rst kind is given by a -vector space *V* and a ternary operation *m* satisfying, for every ,

The alternate partially associative ternary algebra is of second kind it satises

**Remark 2.7.** Let (*V*,·) be a bilinear associative algebra. Then, the ternary operation, de- ned by , determines on the vector space *V* a structure of totally associative ternary algebra which is not partially associative.

**Definition 2.8.** A ternary operation m is said to be commutative if

**Remark 2.9.** A symmetric ternary operation is commutative.

In the following, we recall the denitions of ternary algebras of Lie type.

**Definition 2.10.** A ternary Lie algebras is a skew-symmetric ternary operation [ , , ] on a -vector space *V* satisfying the following generalized Jacobi condition:

As in the binary case, there is a functor which makes correspondence to any partially associative ternary algebra a ternary Lie algebra (see [20,21]).

**Proposition 2.11.** *To any partially associative ternary algebra on a vector space V with ternary operation m, one associates a ternary Lie algebra on V* *defined ** by the bracket*

There is another kind of ternary algebras of Lie type, they are called ternary Nambu algebra. They appeared naturally in Nambu mechanics which is a generalization of classical mechanics.

**Definition 2.12.** A ternary Nambu algebra is a ternary bracket on a -vector space *V* satisfying a so-called fundamental or Filippov identity:

When the bracket is skew-symmetric, the ternary algebra is called ternary Nambu-Lie algebra.

The Lie triple system is dened as a vector space *V* equipped with a ternary bracket that satises the same fundamental identity as a Nambu-Lie bracket but instead of skewsymmetry, it satises the condition

**Example 2.13.** The polynomial algebra of 3 variables *x*_{1}, *x*_{2}, *x*_{3}, endowed with a ternary operation dened by the functional Jacobian:

is a ternary Nambu-Lie algebra.

We have also the following fundamental example.

**Example 2.14.** Let *V* = ^{4} be the 4-dimensional oriented Euclidian space over . The bracket of 3 vectors is given by

where are the coordinates of with respect to orthonormal basis.

Then, (*V*, [·,·,·]) is a ternary Nambu-Lie algebra.

**Remark 2.15.** Every ternary Nambu-Lie algebra on ^{4} could be deduced from the previous example (see [14]).

**Homological algebra of ternary algebras**

The basic concepts of homological algebra are those of a complex and homomorphisms of complexes, dening the category of complexes (see, e.g., [58]). A *chain complex* *C*: is a sequence *C* = {*C _{p}*}

The homomorphisms are called *coboundary operators* or *codifferentials*. A *cohomology* of a cochain complex *C* is given by the groups .

The elements of *C ^{p}* are

We introduce in the following the *p*-cochains for a ternary algebra of associative type *A* = (*V*, *m*).

**Definition 2.16.** We call *p-cochain* of a ternary algebra *A* = (*V*, *m*) a linear map : . The *p*-cochains set on *V* is

**Remark 2.17.** The set *C ^{p}*(

We dene a circle operation on cochains as usual, that is, a map

such that

One has a cochain complex for ternary algebras *A* with values in *A* if there exists a sequence of abelian groups and homomorphisms such that for all *p*, .

We have studied in [2] deformations of partially associative ternary algebras which are intimately linked to cohomology groups. We have introduced the operators ^{1} and ^{2} which should correspond to a complex of partially associative ternary algebra dening a deformation cohomology. In the following, we recall the denitions of ^{1} and ^{2} and show that it is impossible to extend these operators to a usual operator ^{3}. As a consequence, we deduce that the operad of partially associative ternary algebras is not Koszul, see [45,19] about Koszulity.

Let *A* = (*V*,*m*) be a partially associative ternary algebra on a -vector space *V.*

**Definition 3.1.** We call ternary 1-coboundary operator the map

dened by

**Definition 3.2.** We call ternary 2-coboundary operator the map

dened by

**Remark 3.3.** The operator ^{2} can also be dened by .

**Proposition 3.4.** *We have *.

**Proof.** Let *f* be a 0-cochain. We compute .

We have for all ,

The cohomology spaces relative to these coboundary operators are as follows.

**Definition 3.5.** The 1-cocycles space of *A* is

The 2-coboundaries space of *A* is

The 2-cocycles space of *A* is

**Remark 3.6.** One has , because . Note also that *Z*^{1}(*A*, *A*) corresponds to the derivations space, denoted also by Der(*A*), of the partially associative ternary algebra *A*.

**Definition 3.7.** We call the *p*th cohomology group (p = 0, 1) of the partially associative ternary algebra *A* the quotient

The following proposition shows that we cannot extend the 1-cohomology and 2-cohomology corresponding to the operators ^{1} and ^{2} to a usual 3-cohomology.

**Proposition 3.8.** *Let A = (V, m) be a partially associative ternary algebra. There is no usual 3-cohomology extending the 2-cohomology corresponding to the coboundary operator*

*defined for all* *by*

**Proof.** We consider a 3-cochain *f*, that is, a map , and set

Then, we obtain

The equation is satised for all if and only if *a*_{1}, . . . , *a*_{8} are all equal to 0.

**Corollary 3.9.** *A usual deformation cohomology of partially associative ternary algebras does not exist. Then, the operad of the partially associative ternary algebras pAss*^{(3)} *is not a Koszul operad*.

**Remark 3.10.** In [28], it is shown that the operad of totally associative ternary algebras is Koszul because it has a Poincare-Birkho-Witt basis. Moreover, its dual, the operad of partially associative ternary algebras, is also Koszul when the operations are in degree one. See also [22] for constructions in this case and the recent preprint [53]. The corollary claims that the operad is not a Koszul operad when the operations are in degree zero.

**Remark 3.11.** Using the same approach, we can show that the alternate partially associative ternary algebras of rst and second kind do not carry a usual deformation cohomology as well, then their operads are not koszul operads.

In this section, we generalize to *p*-cohomology, for all *p*, the 1-cohomology and 2-cohomology of weak totally associative ternary algebra dened by Takhtajan (see [56]). Let *A* = (*V*, *m*) be a weak totally associative ternary algebras on a -vector space *V*.

The 1-coboundary and 2-coboundary operators for weak totally associative ternary algebras *A* are dened as follows

**Definition 4.1.** A 1-coboundary operator of a weak totally associative ternary algebra *A* = (*V*, *m*) is the map

defined for all by

A 2-coboundary operator of a weak totally associative ternary algebradefined for all by

**Remark 4.2.** One can easily show that . Indeed,

We introduce for weak associative ternary algebras the following generalized coboundary map.

**Definition 4.3.** Let *f* be a (*p*–1)-cochain of a weak associative ternary algebra *A* = (*V*, *m*) and . We set

In particular, we have

**Proposition 4.4.** *We have* *for all* *p* ≥ 1.

**Proof.** We have . Assume . We have to show that .

Let be a *p*-cochain and ,

Then vanishes. Really,

In this section, we aim to extend to ternary algebras of associative type a process introduced by Takhtajan to construct a complex of ternary algebras starting from a complex of binary algebras (see [56]). Let (*V*, *m*) be a ternary algebra of a given type. We associate to it a binary algebra on and a map Δ. Assume that is a complex for the ternary algebras and (*M*, *d*) is a complex for the binary algebras.

We dene a map Δ such that Δ_{p} associates to any *p*-cochain on *V* a *p*-cochain on *W*. It is defined by

such that, for example, One extends this operation to

defined, for example, using the remark that , by

Let us assume that one has a complex (*M*, *d*):

i.e., for all *p*, ,

Consider for any *p* > 0, the linear maps satisfying

The equality is well dened.

Indeed, one has for *p* ≥ 1,

**Lemma 5.1.** *Let* *p* > 1. *If *

As a consequence of the previous lemma, one may obtain a complex of ternary algebras starting from a complex of binary algebras and a map Δ. This process was used by Takhtajan to construct a cohomology of ternary Nambu algebras using the Chevalley-Eilenberg cohomology of Lie algebras. The binary multiplication used to that end is dened as follows:

Let (*V*, [ , , ]) be a ternary Nambu algebra. Set . The multiplication on *W* is dened for by

**Takhtajan's construction and ternary algebras of associative type**

In the sequel, we show that we cannot derive a cohomology of a partially associative ternary algebra from a cohomology of binary algebras of associative type. A construction is possible in the case of totally associative ternary algebras but the cohomology obtained is the cohomology of weak totally associative ternary algebras described above.

A binary algebra is called of associative type if it is given by a vector space *V* and a multiplication *μ* satisfying an identity of the form

where λ is a scalar element different from zero. In particular, we have associative algebras for λ = –1 and skew-associative algebras for λ = 1. In the last section, we show that the skew-associative algebras cannot carry a usual cohomology adapted to deformation theory.

In the following, we try to adapt the Takhatjan's procedure to ternary algebras of associative type. We set

In order to check whether *μ* is a binary operation of associative type, we compute

and

The multiplication *μ* is of associative type if *A*_{1} + λ*A*_{2} = 0, that is,

If *m* is a ternary operation which denes a partially associative ternary algebra of a given type, then *A*_{1} + λ*A*_{2} = 0 if *α*(1 + λ) = 0 and the coefficients (1,α,λ), (α^{2}, λα, λα^{2}) are proportional.

The rst condition is satised when α = 0 or λ = –1. The case α = 0 is impossible.

If λ = –1, the coefficients should be proportional. This is possible only over with . The associativity condition needed must be of one of the following forms:

In the both cases, one may construct a cohomology of ternary algebras according to Takhtajan's construction and using the Hochschild complex of associative binary multiplication.

Therefore, we have the following proposition.

**Proposition 5.2.*** It is impossible to construct, using Takhtajan's construction, a cohomology of ternary algebras* (*V*, *m*) *which are partially associative (resp., alternate partially associa- tive) starting from a complex of binary algebra of associative type.*

**Remark 5.3.** If the ternary algebra *m* is totally associative, then the corresponding binary algebra is of associative type if

which implies that *α* = 0 and λ = –1

Therefore, using Takhtajan procedure, we can construct a cohomology of totally associative ternary algebras ((*V*, *m*) with a binary multiplication *μ* defined on by

Let be a *p*-cochain of the totally associative ternary algebra (*V*, *m*). We set . It turns out that in this case, we recover the coboundary map of the weak totally associative ternary algebras discussed in Section 4.

Really, using the Hochschild coboundary of the binary associative algebra (*W*, *μ*), we have

Then, we set

and recover the cohomology of weak totally associative ternary algebras dened above.

In this section, we show that the 1-cohomology and 2-cohomology guided by 1-parameter formal deformations cannot be extended to a usual 3-cohomology. Therefore, the operad of skew-associative binary algebras is not Koszul.

**Definition 6.1.** A skew-associative binary algebra is given by a -vector space *V* and a bilinear multiplication *μ* satisfying, for every ,

The formal deformation theory leads to the following 1-coboundary and 2-coboundary operators for a cohomology of skew-associative binary algebra *A* = (*V*, μ) adapted to formal deformation theory. The 1-coboundary operator of *A* is the map

dened by

The 2-coboundary operator of *A* the map

defined by

One may characterize the operator ^{2} using the following skew-associator map:

defined by

We have . Note also that.

**Proposition 6.2.** *A usual *3*-coboundary operator extending the maps* ^{1} *and* ^{2} *to a complex of for skew-associative binary algebras does not exist.*

**Proof.** We set the following general form of a usual 3-coboundary operator:

We consider a 3-cochain *f*, that is, a map , and a 2-cochain *g*, that is, a map . We compute and substitute by. Then, we obtain

**Corollary 6.3.** *A usual deformation cohomology for skew-associative binary algebras does not exist. Then the operad of skew-associative binary algebras is not Koszul.*

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