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Dh + hand < -- x2 -- Xl - arctan Y2 --I Yl = d(x,y), V 2 ) 29 for all (d , d h + ) that if x,y 6 A and is ~ 6 GL(A) + g 6 End(A,~,). all a special is d e f i n e d pair of distances and on (9) and (A,~). (10) imply Furthermore by $ ( x l , x 2) it f o l l o w s Relations = (3Xl,X 2) ¢(1,3) = (3,3) ¢(1,1) = (3,1) that since la r c t a n it t u r n s out that I - arctan d is not 3I # la r c t a n a special I ~ - arctan distance on A. 11, Hence d ~ dk A for all k 6 S. 8. 2. special Formula v = dg v' functions (11) has defined already in the e x a m p l e s been proved at directly 30 Conclusions.

VESENTINI, V a r i a t i o n s on a theme of Carath~odory; Ann. Norm. Super. Pisa, Cl. , IV. Ser~, 6 (1979), 39-68. [9 ] E. VESENTINI, Invariant distances and i n v a r i a n t d i f f e r e n t i a l metrics in locally c o n v e x spaces; S p ec t r a l Theory r B a n a c h C e n t e r P u b l i c a t i o n s , vol. 8, P w n - P o l i s h S c i e n t i f i c Publishers~ V a r s a w (1982), 493-512. Analysis and semi-groups; SCHAFFER, Orders, gauge and d i s t a n c e in faceless Arch. Ration. Mech.

The d e c o m p o s i t i o n the *-operator. A2T * is merely the Lie algebra of SO(n) is isomorphic to A2T, and that of 2 S U where U ~ 2n is the basic Sp(n)-module inclusion Sp(1), ~ An - r T * forms on an oriented Riemannian n-manifold determined by the 44 a Here g I ^ *T = g(c,T)u, 0,~ 6 ArT * . is the induced metric on ArT * , and n if {e , .... e } is a n y o r i e n t e d orthonormal I r I r definition

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