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N 2 The N2-dimensional space spanned by problem is now to find (1L) X0 ~(iJ implies P1 HI, is the Yi = are linearly will be denoted H{. } 43 to H~ 12), dimH~ 12) = N 2. The mapping p:H~ 12) -+ H{ is one-to-one and Jp = pJ. e. the eigenspaces corresponding to the eigenvalues of are closest to the origin are contained in P1 that H~ 12) The conditions (IL) and (2_) are the local versions of the conditions (IG) and (2G) for the submanifold H! 12). In this local setting, it is not difficult now to consider the above three problems.

The mapping p:H~ 12) -+ H{ is one-to-one and Jp = pJ. e. the eigenspaces corresponding to the eigenvalues of are closest to the origin are contained in P1 that H~ 12) The conditions (IL) and (2_) are the local versions of the conditions (IG) and (2G) for the submanifold H! 12). In this local setting, it is not difficult now to consider the above three problems. exists then p~l) We shall prove here only that if H~ 12) constructed from the above diagram possesses the properties of the local DDS (thus the postulate (DDS7)).

V,v) is defined by in section 5). v × ¢~ C~'~ -- T c~']) i-- m. v'+m -- (iv) T×(-v,-v) : -T×(v,v); (v) i-- j-l ] i ] -× ~J'~ (vi) k depends on i,j, Iv--vl , (Va-Va)×a, k-- is invarian~ with respect--to × -~ -×. The kernel Physically, (v,v) before collision, k is positive and symmetric with respect to are velocities of the particles of i-th resp. (v',v') are the velocities after collision, to the cross section of the collision. i ~ j, 3-- T<{] × -~ -×. j-th component k is proportional We assume that there is no chemical reaction.

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