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4) they define a foliation near m with two-dimensional leaves. On a neighborhood U of m we can then find functions z 1 , ... , Zn-2 such that dz1, ... , dzn-2 are independent on U and such that Xp 1 [zi] = Xq 1 [zi] = 0, by the description of the leaves of the foliation. It follows that Pl, Q1, z1, ... , Zn-2 are coordinates on U and that, on U, In order to show that {Zk, zl} is independent of Ql and Pl it suffices to show that {{zk, zl} ,pi} = 0 = {{zk, zt}, ql}, an easy consequence of the Jacobi identity.

M, {·, ·}) is called a regular Poisson manifold when Rkm {· , ·} = Rk {· , ·}, independently ofm EM. If we choose local coordinates (x 1 , ... , Xn) on a neighborhood of m then we see that Rkm {· , ·} equals the number of independent columns of the Poisson matrix X:= ({xi,Xj}) 1:1;;iJ:I;;n of{·,·} with respect to (x1, ... ,xn) at the point m, hence it is the rank of X at m. 18). Skew-symmetry of X implies that the rank of a Poisson structure at a point is always even. 12. 7 are regular (of respective rank 2r and 0).

19 a natural question to ask if the fundamental vector fields of the action are Hamiltonian. l. 7x for all X in a basis of g and then one extends by linearity). l. 7 is called the co-momentum map. Hamiltonian actions and their momentum maps have been studied mainly in the context of symplectic manifolds, and the theory of Hamiltonian actions, such as torus actions, on symplectic manifolds has become a subject of its own. , [19] and [73] and the references in these books. 41 below), and momentum maps that take values in a Lie group (see [64] and [16]).

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