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Choose a Weyl chamber t'f- C t* and set Then J-t(X T ) = W)'l U··· U WA m . For 1 ~ j ~ m, choose Xj E X T such that J-t(Xj) = Aj and denote by Wj the isotropy group of Xj in W. Then the W-orbits in X T are the cosets W/Wj (1 ~ j ~ m). As a consequence, we have an isomorphism (by Proposition 1) HT(X T )W ~ II SWj . m j=l We now describe the image of Ha(X) ~ HT(X)W in HT(XT)W under restrietion to fixed points iT. Theorem 9 Let X be a compact multiplicity-/ree space under a compact connected Lie group G.

It follows that of i r We conc1ude that the image of i is defined by our congruences. Observe that the image T ) is defined by congruences of the form (1), (2) or (3). 0 r:H:r(X) -+ HT(X Examples 1) (Coadjoint orbits) Let X be the G-orbit of ), E g*; we mayassume that ), E Then tJ. (Xd n t* = W·)'. Then Theorem 9 reduces to the isomorphism t+. (pt). Equivariant cohomology and equivariant intersection theory 15 2) (Toric varieties) 1fT is a torus and X a projective toric manifold for the complexifieation then the set I-'(Xt} n t* is the union of all edges of the polytope I-'(X).

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