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I have been told about a theorem (it was called Hodge Theorem), which states the following isomorphism:

$H^q(X, E) \simeq Ker(\Delta^q).$

Where $X$ is a Kähler Manifold, $E$ an Hermitian vector bundle on it and $\Delta^q$ is the Laplacian acting on the space of $(0,q)$-forms $A^{0,q}(X, E)$.

Unfortunately I couldn´t find it in the web. Anyone knows a reliable reference for such a theorem? (In specific I´m looking for a complete list of hypothesis needed and for a proof.)

Thank you!

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The Hodge theorem is proved in detail in chapter 0 of Principles of Algebraic Geometry by Griffiths and Harris. It's also worth mentioning that in chapter 1 they prove the Kodaira vanishing theorem and Kodaira-Serre duality more or less as corollaries to the Hodge theorem.

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Thank you! It is exactly what I was looking for! –  Giovanni De Gaetano Apr 25 '12 at 11:47
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Another reference is Voisin's Hodge Theory and Complex Algebraic Geometry. I think it's a bit friendlier than Griffiths and Harris. –  Dylan Moreland Apr 25 '12 at 13:21
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