By Christina Birkenhake
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This will turn out to be very useful for later computations in particular for the theory of Chapter 6. Suppose L = L(H, X) is a nondegenerate line bundle on X and c is a characteristic for L with respect to the decomposition V = VI EB V2. Define aL: V x V ---------+ (C* by aL(u,v) = Xo(u)e(21fiE(c,u) +1fH(v,u) + ~H(u,u)) . 3. So aL is in fact an extension to V x V of the canonical factor of L. Certainly aL: V x V ---------+ ~* is not a factor of automorphy. The following technical lemma gives some properties of a L' which turn out to be very useful subsequently.
O This implies the assertion. The bilinear form B enables us to introduce the classical factor of automorphy for L in a coordinate free way. Define e L: A x V ---+ The theorem was proven for dimension 2 by Humbert  applying a result of Appell  and by Lefschetz  in general. The present formulation appears in Weil  and Mumford . Holomorphic line bundles on a complex torus can be described in terms of factors of automorphy. This construction is basic for this chapter. We recall it in Appendix B for the convenience of the reader. An alternative statement of the Appell-Humbert Theorem is as follows: there is a canonical way to associate to any line bundle L on X a factor of automorphy.
Complex Abelian Varieties by Christina Birkenhake
The theorem was proven for dimension 2 by Humbert  applying a result of Appell  and by Lefschetz  in general. The present formulation appears in Weil  and Mumford . Holomorphic line bundles on a complex torus can be described in terms of factors of automorphy. This construction is basic for this chapter. We recall it in Appendix B for the convenience of the reader. An alternative statement of the Appell-Humbert Theorem is as follows: there is a canonical way to associate to any line bundle L on X a factor of automorphy.