By Martin Schlichenmaier
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The matrices t A(x) are the deﬁning transition matrices for this bundle. In the same way diﬀerential forms are sections of the cotangent bundle. This bundle has transition matrices A−1 (x). If you do not know this concept do not bother at the moment. We will deﬁne it in Chap. 8. 46 4 Diﬀerentials and Integration Up to now everything was over the real numbers. Our Riemann surfaces have a complex structure. So it is useful to consider complex functions, complex derivations, complex diﬀerentials and so on.
By a change of basis in Cn and a change of the basis in the lattice we can, in the case of principally polarized tori, always reach the following form: Λ = (I, P ), where I denotes the n × n identity matrix, and P is a symmetric matrix with positive deﬁnite imaginary part, and E restricted to the lattice with respect to this basis is given by 0 I J= . −I 0 Such a basis is called a symplectic basis. Let (T1 = Cn /L1 , H1 ) and (T2 = Cn /L2 , H2 ) be two principally polarized tori. If φ is an isomorphism of principally polarized tori then the map φ# transforms a symplectic basis of the lattice L1 into a symplectic basis of the lattice L2 .
Because φ# respects E1 and E2 it will respect the polarizations H1 and H2 . 2 Jacobians 55 We had already reduced the classiﬁcation of tori to the classiﬁcation of lattices. We can assume that the lattice (and the relevant basis vectors) is given in such a way that the n × 2n matrix of the lattice basis has the form Λ = (I, P ). The lattice is ﬁxed by the matrix P . But this P is not unique. If we change the basis in the lattice, then Λ will be multiplied by a matrix M ∈ Sl (2n, Z) from the right.
An Introduction to Riemann Surfaces, Algebraic Curves and Moduli Spaces by Martin Schlichenmaier