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Ij The trajectories of S are projected onto the geodesics by the canonical projection τ : T Q → Q; the condition x˙ k = vk shows that the trajectories of S are, precisely, the curves t → (c(t), c(t)) ˙ ∈ T Q, derivatives of the geodesics. 6 we see that , ∈ C k , k ≥ 2, implies that S is of class C k−1 . The vector S(vp ) can be also obtained through the horizontal lifting operator Hvp : wp ∈ Tp Q −→ Tvp (T Q) deﬁned as follows. Take the geodesic c(t) characterized by the conditions c(0) = p, c(0) ˙ = wp , and consider the curve V (t) as the parallel transport of vp along c(t), that is, such that V (0) = vp and DVdt(t) = 0.

7); clearly the two deﬁnitions ˜ due to the uniqueness of DV on Ω. In this way DV can coincide on Ω ∩ Ω dt dt be extended to the entire manifold Q, using an atlas. Given an aﬃne connection ∇ on a diﬀerentiable manifold and a diﬀerentiable vector ﬁeld V = V (t) along a diﬀerentiable curve c : t ∈ I → c(t) ∈ Q, one says that V is parallel along c if DV dt = 0. 4. (Parallel translation) Let Q be a C ∞ diﬀerentiable manifold with an aﬃne connection ∇, c = c(t) a diﬀerentiable curve on Q and Vo ∈ Tc(to ) Q a tangent vector to Q at the point c(to ) of the curve.

In n ∂ fact, in local coordinates (V, y1 , . . , yn ) one can write X = i=1 X i ∂y and i Y = n i=1 ∂ Y i ∂y . We start computing LX i j-component of the vector ﬁeld dyj (p) X−t∗ = ∂ X−t∗ ∂y i ∂ ∂yi = d dt X−t∗ ∂ ∂yi |t=0 . The at p ∈ Q is ∂ ∂ j (Xt (p)) = dX−t (Xt (p)) ∂yi ∂yi j ∂X−t (Xt (p)) ∂yi so that, LX ∂ ∂yi n = j=1 d dt j ∂X−t (Xt (p)) ∂yi t=0 ∂ = ∂yj n − j=1 ∂X j ∂ , ∂yi ∂yj and n Yi LX (Y ) = LX i=1 n ∂ ∂yi n LX Y i = i=1 n n ∂ ∂yi ∂X j ∂Y i ∂ = − Xj +Yi ∂yj ∂yi ∂yi i=1 j=1 j=1 + Y i LX ∂ ∂yi = ∂ , ∂yj so, n Xj LX (Y ) = i,j=1 ∂Y i ∂X i −Yj ∂yj ∂yj ∂ = [X, Y ].