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We are going to describe these G-orbits and the Pyasetskii pairing explicitly. These results were rediscovered several times, either using case-by-case considerations or in the invariant setting. We follow [MRS] and [Pan]. Let T be the maximal torus in G and hence in L. Then we have the partition A=A-lUAoUAl, where Ak ={a E A1 I , E Ik). G is reductive and A. is its root system. We f kpositive roots A$ c Ao. Then is the set of positive roots of A. Let l 7 be the set of simple roots in A+, then no= 17 n A.

D,) E ZT, given by + di= x mkl for i = 1,.. ,r. For any y E Z1; we set Z;(y) = {m E Z: I Iml = y). Another important interpretation of Zg(y) is that it parametrizes isomorphism classes of representations of quivers of type A. Let A, be the quiver equal to the Dynkin diagram of type A,, where all edges are oriented from left to right. Let A: be the dual quiver with all orientations reversed. A representation of A, with the dimension vector y = {dl, . . ,d,) E ZT+ is a collection of vector spaces Cdl, .

G. by g. Any homomorphism f : GI + G2 of algebraic groups induces the homomorphism of Lie algebras df ,1 : gl + 02. If G = GL(V) then g = gI(V) is the Lie algebra of all linear operators of V with the standard commutator [X,Y] = X Y - YX. If G c GL(V) then g c gI(V) and the commutator in g is the restriction of the commutator in gI(V). A homomorphism of Lie algebras f : g1 + g2 is called algebraic if there exists a homomorphism of algebraic groups F : GI + G2 such that f is its differential. Algebraic Actions An action of an algebraic group G on an algebraic variety X is called algebraic if the corresponding map is algebraic.

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