By David R. Morrison, Janos Kolla Summer Research Institute on Algebraic Geometry
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3). 4) have to be regarded. 10). The Jacobi identities for follow from the Jacobi identities for by virtue of the action of the automorphism Finally, since is an elementary involutive pair the Jacobi identities for are the consequences of the relations already obtained, since for the elementary pair the restriction of the adjoint group from to has a faithful linear representation on whose structure has already been taken into account by the relations written before. 4) follows from the other relations.
We note that degenerate symmetric matrix. 32) it follows, furthermore, that (which is impossible). 42) are satisfied and, moreover, has a diagonal form. Furthermore, we use such choice of a base. 48) we obtain Thus each of the matrices and has proper values of the same sign, whereas the proper values of one of them have an opposite sign of the proper values of the other, If also then for fixed there is which is impossible since Analogously, is non-degenerate. is impossible as well. 55), it follows that: we obtain, furthermore, Thus either or Therefore if then From it also follows that which is impossible since positive-definite symmetric matrix.
It is simple since (otherwise and whence which is impossible owing to Suppose that but Then hence which is impossible. 9. Theorem 27. Let be a compact Lie algebra, and be an elementary involutive pair of lower index 1, then all one-dimensional subalgebras are conjugated in and consequently is of index 1. Proof. 16 (Theorem 10) we construct the iso-involutive sum of lower index 1. 4 (Theorem 14), and the assertion of the theorem is evident. 2 (Theorem 20). 1 (Theorem 19) of type 1, generate the iso-involutive sum of type 1 and lower index 1.
Algebraic Geometry Santa Cruz 1995: Summer Research Institute on Algebraic Geometry, July 9-29, 1995, University of California, Santa Cruz (Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics) (Pt. 2) by David R. Morrison, Janos Kolla Summer Research Institute on Algebraic Geometry