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We get a strictly positive definite metric g¯. We are going to define now the group G(σ). , m we have F (V0 + ... + Vk ) = V0 + ... + Vk (b) for any u0 ∈ V0 we have F (u0 ) = u0 . (c) for any u0 ∈ V0 and any u1 ∈ V1 we have F [u0 , u1 ] = [u0 , F (u1 )] that is F commutes with the representation Q. This implies that F (V1 ) = V1 . (d) the restriction of F on V1 is a g isometry. 1 For any F ∈ G(σ) and any sufficiently small ε > 0 we have P(F σ)(ε) = P(σ)(ε). The proof is a straightforward computation.

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