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By Robert Lee Wilson (auth.), Ralph K. Amayo (eds.)

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Product of the tT = U a n d of index If t is a resubgroup {I, t} U. we must subset pause to c o n s i d e r S of R w h i c h a symmetry normalizes the 2 or u n i p o t e n t a-orbit Sb(a). 46 If Sb(a) is b o u n d e d , one shows I for s a s y m m e t r y Sb(a ) ras at a in S. (i and all one s on Sb(a) the finite choose normal the some a-orbit above THEOREM. of whose at Let s ~ a unipotent reflections a normal normal symmetries R and at below a fol- Let the (i E I) suppose unbounded Then " a in S each a-orbits there such that exists that a- be one = b iF s ( b i) the every at We in (1) u( ab) we r u l e d a a finite that in S h a s subset there a unique a reflection powers t at conjugate that defines in that at of is R no Jordan a in S and u any two the t' = normal For Since and that ~ there every (b, ab) = a 2 b = b for Sb(a) a unipotent above.

Is a s y m m e t r y automorphism is the restriction A symmetry s at a in R w h i c h is n o r m a l is i f for the r e s t r i c t i o n each o f (R). a E R - 1, to R o f some o f (R). 5 Every abelian set to R o f an a u t o m o r p h i s m THEOREM. symmetry set. the following k-closure theorem. R of a symmetry set R is a n o r m a l 52 6. DEFINITION. 1 tive THE BOURBAKI ROOTSYSTEM OF A SYMMETRY SET notation). R = ~ In ~ @Z ~ ) s~stem we symmetry s E Aut R with {a E R I ~ speak (R), underlying o f R.

O f R) (R - O, ~ R ) (R), (the ~ - s p a n = i ~ s E Aut (the ~ - s p a n 0~ E R. roots [] that 0 is not present abelian rootsystem. of B. I f (R) symmetry set. is t o r s i o n in R,. Then B(R) free, R and isomorphic. Proof. at a in R. Let a E R, ~ E R - 0 and s E Aut (R) where One verifies easily try at a in the groupset R. for all b E R. (mod ~ ) generated finite by V = ~R set ~ definite positive symmetric definite over ~ , Then W is for V. Letting s is a symmetry restricts ~ ~ it follows to a symme(mod Z a) that s(~) and let W be the group finite (v,w) bilinear symmetric ~R = -~ and ~(b) Denote ~ by s {s~ I a E R - 0}.

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Algebra Carbondale 1980: Lie Algebras, Group Theory, and Partially Ordered Algebraic Structures Proceedings of the Southern Illinois Algebra Conference, Carbondale, April 18 and 19, 1980 by Robert Lee Wilson (auth.), Ralph K. Amayo (eds.)


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