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Thus for dim V D 4, the set of decomposable Grassmannian quadratic forms ! 50). 24 Convince yourself that the Eq. 50) in ! D i;j aij ei ^ ej is 15 equivalent to the condition ! ^ ! D 0. 20 of Algebra I. m; V/ and called the Grassmannian. m; V/. V /. m; V/ ! ƒm V/; U 7! 51) sending every m-dimensional subspace U V to its highest exterior power ƒm U, which is a 1-dimensional vector subspace in ƒm V. U/ D u1 ^ u2 ^ ^ um up to proportionality. 25 Check that the Plücker map is injective. 51) consists of all Grassmannian polynomials !

Condition 2 means the same because of the following exercise. 22 Show that ! 2 ƒU is homogeneous of degree dim U if and only if u ^ ! D 0 for u 2 U. 49) asserts the vanishing of the coefficient of ei1 ^ ei2 ^ ^ eimC1 in the product @j1 :::jm 1! ^ !. 49) is the coordinate form of condition 2 written for the vector u D @j1 :::jm 1! 48). /, the whole set of Plücker relations is equivalent to condition 2. 6 (The Plücker Quadric) Let n D 2, dim V D 4, and let eP 1 ; e2 ; e3 ; e4 be a basis of V. 47) for !

V ; t 7! j1 ; j2 ; : : : ; jn 1 /. n 1/-tuple derivative @v1 @v2 @vn 1 f 2 V . 38) depends only on the coefficients of the monomial 1 xm 1 iC1 i 1 mi C1 xm xiC1 i 1 xi m d xm d in f . 40) iD1 2 Altogether, we get nCd such linear forms, which are in bijection with the nond 1 negative integer solutions m1 ; m2 ; : : : ; md of the equation m1 Cm2 C Cmd Dn 1. 10 11 With respect to inclusions. See Sect. 3 on p. 25. 39) in some basis of V . 40) has rank 1. d d 1 In this case, there are at most n linear forms ' 2 V such that ' n D f , and they differ from one another by multiplication by the nth roots of unity lying in .