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I s t h e o n e - p a r a m e t e r s u b g r o u p g e n e r a t e d by (3. 16) (g,m) = t a n g e n t of e ~ m With t h i s u n d e r s t o o d , t h e k e r n e l of x + y E T(g, m) (G x M) (3. 17) ~ at m x E g, then . i s d e s c r i b e d by: i s in "~ if and only if :~m + Ym E Indeed the c u r v e t a n g e n t at t=0 (ge tx, m) g o e s to g*(Xm + Ym ) E g . But g*~m" G g o e s o v e r into getXm On t h e o t h e r hand y u n d e r o u r map, and h e n c e i t s g o e s to g*Ym" Hence p r e s e r v e s t h e foliation so that (3.

X 1 x A1) rl and is compatible. Furthermore rtLl~Yl. Indeed any n o n z e r o multiple of compatibly to X 1 x A1 . ¢~eO would. F o r this p u r p o s e d i f f e r e n t i a t e One obtains (2. 8) d ~ l = (log ~1 " d x l + x l d log b~t + c r ~ ) ^ ¢Pl Now the t e r m in t h e b r a c k e t i s not compatible with ~ a s it stands. 6) we obtain d u : G = (TI~ . 8)by d~o I = cr:~-Cr~ toobtain: {iog~ i dx I + x I ¢T~ I + x 0 a ~ } A V I and this t i m e the t e r m ~]I = {log ~iI dx I + x i ( ~ (2.

The r e s u l t is 01, 2 = i,j=O 2 f2 log ~i (dlog ~j - cr;~) dx i d d 0 < i < 2 -- ' j -- (2. 16) E (- 1)i- j +I O

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