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1) that contains BFX (or 3 XN3 ) . Let SFX ⊂ LG( V ) be the set of A which are λX -split of type dX . 4 gives the following: Licensed to Tulane Univ. 78. org/publications/ebooks/terms 30 2. 1. Every point of BX is represented by a point of SFX and every point of XN3 is represented by a point of SFN3 . Next let F be the basis of V obtained by reading the vectors in F in reverse order: F := {v5 , v4 , v3 , v2 , v1 , v0 }. 4) SFA = SFA∨ , SFC1 = SFC2 , SFE1 = SFE2∨ , SFE1∨ = SFE2 and hence BA = BA∨ , BC1 = BC2 , BE1 = BE2∨ and BE1∨ = BE2 .

1. If A ∈ (LG( 3 3 V ) −→ LG( V ). V ) \ Σ∞ \ Σ[2]) then A is stable. Proof. e. A ∈ Σ∞ ) or A ∈ Σ[2]. By deﬁnition we may assume that A ∈ BFX for X one of A, A∨ , . . , F2 , or A ∈ XFN3 , where F is the basis {v0 , . . , v5 } of V . 2. It remains to consider A ∈ (BFC1 ∪ BFE1 ∪ BFE ∨ ∪ BFF2 ∪ XFN3 ). 1) one easily checks the following: 1 3 2 If A ∈ (BFC1 ∪ BFE1 ∪ BFE ∨ ) then V02 ⊂ A and dim(A ∩ ( V02 ∧ V )) ≥ 3, if 1 A ∈ (BFF2 ∪ XFN3 ) there exists a 3-dimensional subspace W ⊂ V03 containing V01 such that 3 W ⊂ A and dim(A ∩ ( 2 W ∧ V )) ≥ 3.

See Chapter 2 of [28] for a detailed discussion. 8. Below we will give a geometric consequence of the results of [28]. 5 of [28]. 11) P(U ) [u] i+ → → Gr(3, 2 U ) , {u ∧ u | u ∈ U } P(U ∨ ) [f ] i− → → 2 Gr(3, U ). 2 (ker f ). ucker line-bundle on Gr(3, U ) is isoThe pull-back to P(U ), P(U ∨ ) of the Pl¨ morphic to OP(U) (2), OP(U ∨ ) (2) respectively and the map on global sections is surjective; it follows that each of im(i+ ), im(i− ) spans a 9-dimensional subspace of 3 2 2 ( U ). Now choose an isomorphism V ∼ U where U is a complex vector= space of dimension 4.