# Analysis and Logic by C. Ward Henson, José Iovino, Alexander S. Kechris, Edward

By C. Ward Henson, José Iovino, Alexander S. Kechris, Edward Odell, Catherine Finet, Christian Michaux

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2) T= U ImT(j). j E I ( A ,A ') Indeed, once this is done, it is clear that U ImT(j) = U U U ImT(flja) jEI(A,A') •EAut(A) flEAut(A') [j]EI(A,A') and it is easy to see that given i,jEI(A,A') and ctEAut(A), flEAut(A'), with i=fljot, then ImT(i)=T(c0(ImT(j)). 2). Given [r]E T, let A r be an NEC group with signature r' containing r(A) for some representative r of [r]. Let \$:Ar-------~A' be an isomorphism and j =~br EI(A,A'). Clearly [r] = [~- l j] =Tfj)([q~" 1]) E ImT(j). Conversely, let j E I ( A , A ' ) , [s]ET(A') and [r]=T(j)([s])ET(A).

As in the first paragraph, the cases of odd or even N are studied separately. difference is that in case of even N, proper periods in F The main may proceed from period-cycles of F ' , whilst this is not the case for odd N. s. in short), which will be useful in the sequel. Definition 2. Let F E = { x 1 ..... X r } ~ F , be an NEC group. s, of F if the following conditions hold: is an 42 (i) Each elliptic element of /-" which is not a product of two reflections in F , is conjugate in /-" to a power of some x i E E .

Once this will be proved, a(/-') will consist of N/1i period-cycles P1 ..... PN/I i' are Pr: {1/2(order of the stabilizer in F of flreh(Nij))} whose elements 47 with j = 0 ..... s i and h = 0 ..... li-1. From the description (1) of the quotient F'/T, the map h-1 h t/ll. >(Brei) r/(Brei) is a bijection between StF(flre~(Nij))__ _ and StT,(Nij). Since the last order 2nij, we deduce that Ii Pr:(nil ..... his i ...... nil ..... his i) one has for each r = l ..... N/l i or with the periods in reverse order.