By Mark Adler

ISBN-10: 3642061281

ISBN-13: 9783642061288

ISBN-10: 366205650X

ISBN-13: 9783662056509

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2). 18) where (x 1 , ••. , xn) is any system of coordinates, defined on a neighborhood ofm. 11. FormE M, the dimension ofHamm(M) is called the rank of{·,·} at m, denoted Rkm {·,·}and max{Rkm {·,·}I mE M} is called the rank of (M, { ·, ·} ), denoted Rk {·, ·}. We say that {·, ·} has maximal rank at m when Rkm {· , ·} = dim M, and that {· , ·} has maximal rank on a subset M' of M when {·, ·} has maximal rank at each point of M'. (M, {·, ·}) is called a regular Poisson manifold when Rkm {· , ·} = Rk {· , ·}, independently ofm EM.

This linear map is the reflection in the hyperplane orthogonal to a, since it fixes all roots which are orthogonal to a and since sa(a) = -a. The Weyl group W is the group generated by {sal a E P}. One shows the following properties of the Weyl group. Every non-trivial element of W permutes at least two elements of P hence W is finite. • , az of II. The root system P consists either of one W -orbit, in which case all roots have the same length, or it consists of two W -orbits, where roots from one W -orbit have a length which is different from the length of the vectors in the other W -orbit.

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