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Any loop f E f>. is of the form f(8) = exp(pO) where JL E A lies in the orbit of A E A under the adjoint action of G. Thus, a constant, as the norm II II on L(G) is G-invariant. On the other hand, so identifying f>. with the adjoint orbit of A, we see that p: f>. ~L(T) is precisely the function considered in [1]. Thus, the image off>. IIAII 2 • ATIYAH AND PRESSLEY 58 The images of the conjugacy classes f>.. in the case G = SU(3) are shown in fig. 4 for A = (0, 0, 0), (1, 0, -1), (1, 1, -2), (2, -1, -1).

0)- f'(O) basepoint preserving. This last result shows that the Hamiltonian vector field on l1 1 corresponding to the energy function is given, at f E n 1 ' by f'- I. f'(O). The corresponding flow on l1 1 is precisely the rotation How. _I dt t=O = 1 gives f(t + O)f(t)- 1 = f'(O)- /(0)/'(0) as claimed. tion action of T. 3. The rotation action of the circle group S 1 and the conjugation action of T define a symplectic action of T X S 1 on 0 1 . Its moment map is the /tmction (p, E) : 0 1 --4 L(T) EB R.

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