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6 ISO-INVOLUTIVE SUMS OF LOWER INDEX 1 41 with the natural embeddings. Proof. Let us note that is of lower index 1 (otherwise where is two-dimensional and commutative, which is impossible since for a simple compact Lie algebra the centre of the involutive algebra is at most one-dimensional). 2 (Theorem 20) is of type 2. 12 (Theorem 17). 5. Theorem 23. Let be a simple compact Lie algebra, be an iso-involutive sum of lower index 1, and Then with the natural embeddings. Proof. Since then is not of type 1.

But which implies that is an involutive automorphism as well. 6. Definition 19. An iso-involutive group is said to be of type 1 if (the restriction of to the involutive algebra of the involutive automorphism is the identity automorphism. In this case we also say that is an iso-involutive sum of type 1. 7. Definition 20. Let be an iso-involutive group of a Lie algebra where and be the involutive algebra of the involutive automorphism And let be an iso-involutive group of the Lie algebra such that that is, the restrictions of and to where Then we say that is a derived iso-involutive group for and denote it One may consider the derived iso-involutive group of and so on.

14. Definition 21. 15. Remark. In this case evidently the lower index 1. 16. Theorem 10. Let be a compact semi-simple Lie algebra, be an involutive pair of an involutive automorphism of lower index 1, and let be a one-dimensional maximal subalgebra in Then there exists an iso-involutive group and the corresponding involutive sum of lower index 1 such that Proof. 18 (Definition 9). Then, taking an one-dimensional maximal subalgebra we have evidently that is compact. Indeed, then where But since is a maximal subalgebra in we have and is closed in and consequently is compact.

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