Here is the question

[edit: never mind, figured it out]

]]>This entry to record the classical theorem 6.1 from

- Peter Andrews, Martin Arkowitz,
*Sullivan’s Minimal Models and Higher Order Whitehead Products*, Canadian Journal of Mathematics, 30(5), 961-982, 1978 (doi:10.4153/CJM-1978-083-6)

based on

- Pierre Deligne, Phillip Griffiths, John Morgan, Dennis Sullivan,
*Real homotopy theory of Kähler manifolds*, Invent Math (1975) 29: 245 (doi:10.1007/BF01389853)

I have a question:

The definition of the wedge product which they use (highlighted here) does *not* include the usual normalization factor of 1/2.

*Question:* If with this normalization we look at the quasi-isomorphism between the Sullivan model and the algebra of polynomial differential forms, do we pick up a relative factor of 2 (or 1/2) for each wedge factor?

I’ll ask the same question specialized to an explicit example in the next comment…

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