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By Buekenhout F., Huybrechts C.

We end up the lifestyles of a rank 3 geometry admitting the Hall-Janko workforce J2 as flag-transitive automorphism crew and Aut(J2) as complete automorphism workforce. This geometry belongs to the diagram (c·L*) and its nontrivial residues are whole graphs of measurement 10 and twin Hermitian unitals of order three.

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7) which defines a (A;+r)-form, w A r £ Qp+r(M). The numerical factors are introduced for later convenience. As previously in Eq. 2), the components of A(u <8> r) are determined by = (fcTT)! 8) where Yip denotes the sum over all permutations of j \ , . . ,jk+r- In particular, if us and r are 1-forms ( r\ r\ \ N P 1 ( = - ( d \ \0J\ ^~— = l( w < 8 r - T dxp&) ( d T 2 V \dxhj 5x p 0'i)' ® T T ^ \dxxj w -UJ \dxKj )(^,J*-). 9) This being true for the coordinate basis or any other basis, when u and r are 1-forms we have A{U®T) = -(u> ® T - T ® u>).

13) In fact, we have for the coordinate basis or any other basis d w d d d (cu

To develop this point we shall next review the metric structure of the space TPM and the induced metric on the vector space T*M. As we shall see in Chapter 5, the tensor product T*M®T*M is the vector space of bilinear mappings from the Cartesian product space TpM x TpM (which is the set of ordered pairs (u, v) with u, v € TpM) into the real numbers E T : TpM x TpM -* R. 13) 30 Geometrical Properties of Vectors and Covectors where u,v G TpM and a G R. An element of the vector space T*M ® T*M is called a tensor T of covariant order two (Chapter 5).