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Many basic combinatorial difficulties, bobbing up in such assorted fields as man made intelligence, common sense, graph idea, and linear algebra, should be formulated as Boolean constraint delight difficulties (CSP). This publication is dedicated to the examine of the complexity of such difficulties. The authors' objective is to enhance a framework for classifying the complexity of Boolean CSP in a uniform manner.

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2 is finite and hence defines a polynomial map C : g × g −→ g. Indeed, it provides g with a group law: Consider the exponential map exp : g −→ G for the simply connected Lie group with Lie(G) ∼ = g. Then, exp being diffeomorphic near 0 ∈ g, the conditions for a group law are satisfied near the origin and hence everywhere by the identity theorem for polynomial maps (A map V ×V −→ K for a K-vector space V is called polynomial if it is a K-linear combination of products of linear forms in one of both variables.

Then 1 F˙ (t) = f (ad(F (t)))(X + Y ) + [X − Y, F (t)], 2 where f is a convergent power series in t with rational coefficients, indeed f (t) = t t − . −t 1−e 2 37 Together with the initial condition F (0) = 0 ∈ g we obtain then a recursive formula for the homogeneous Lie bracket polynomials Cn (X, Y ). Y ) = [X, Y ] 2 and 1 C3 (X, Y ) = ([[X, Y ], Y ] − [[X, Y ], X]) 12 as well as C4 (X, Y ) = − 8 1 ([Y, [X, [X, Y ]]] + [X, [Y, [X, Y ]]]). 1. A connected (K-Lie) subgroup of a K-Lie group G is a pair (H, ι) with a connected Lie group H together with an injective (K-Lie group) ˜ ˜ι) are equivalent homomorphism ι : H −→ G.

In order to simplify notation we shall from now on identify a connected Lie subgroup (H, ι) with its image ι(H) and its Lie algebra h with the subalgebra ι∗ (h) ⊂ g. 12. e. X ∈ g, Y ∈ h =⇒ [X, Y ] ∈ h. Proof. The subgroup H is normal iff κa (H) = H for all a ∈ G. Obviously that implies Te κa (h) = h for all a ∈ G, in particular for a = exp(X) with X ∈ g. So h Te (κexp(X) )(Y ) = Ad(exp(X))(Y ) = ead(X) Y gives once again, after replacing X with sX, s ∈ K and differentiation with respect to s at s = 0 that d s·ad(X) (e Y )s=0 = ad(X)(Y ) = [X, Y ], h ds the subalgebra h ⊂ g being closed in g.