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V) If idg ↑ ψ, where ψ ∈ P(h) relative to a compact real structure in h, then idg ↑ ψ t , t ∈ R. Proof. The assertions (i)–(iii) are trivial. Let us prove (iv). Let G and H be connected Lie groups with tangent Lie algebras g and h such that there exists a homomorphism F : G → H satisfying de F = f (it always exist, if G is simply connected). 2), Int g = Ad G and Int h = Ad H. , F αg = αF (g) F . Diﬀerentiating this relation, we get f ϕ = (Ad F (g))f , and so we may set ϕ = Ad F (g). In the case when ϕ = exp(ad x) = Ad(exp x), x ∈ g, we have ϕ = Ad F (exp x) = exp(ad f (x)).

16) It is well known that a smooth function f satisfying f (t) > 0 for all t ∈ R is strictly convex. 42 §5. Cartan decompositions and maximal compact subgroups Lemma 4. Let F (t, s) be a continuous function on R × Ω, where Ω is a compact space, and deﬁne f (t) = maxs∈Ω F (t, s), t ∈ R. If F (t, s) is a strictly convex function of t for any ﬁxed s ∈ Ω, then f is strictly convex. Proof. For any t ∈ R, choose a point s(t) ∈ Ω such that F (t, s(t)) ≥ F (t, s), s ∈ Ω. Then for a < t < b we get, using (16), f (t) = F (t, s(t)) < F (a, s(t)) t−a b−t t−a b−t + F (b, s(t)) ≤ f (a) + f (b) .

The real form v ⊃ ρ(u) will consist of all skew-Hermitian operators, relative to a scalar product in W invariant under R(U ), with zero trace. Here R is the representation of the Lie group G such that de R = ρ. Let us ﬁx a compact real structure τ in g and a compact real structure τ in h such that τ ↑f τ . Consider the correspondence between antiinvolutions and involutions in g deﬁned in §3.