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1. Arnold [Ar 21). Suppose that an odd-dimensional manifold C, dim C = 2n — 1, with a contact structure : C -÷ is given. Consider the bundle ir : S —* whose fibre over the point c E C is the set of linear forms a E C (recall that ñ is the pmjection of the bundle (2)). The bundle such that ñ(a) = —* C, which consists of forms is a subbundle of the bundle belonging to the equivalence class of the element a with respect to the action of at each point c. Hence, it is evident that the group the group acts freely on the bundle S -+ C.

Then (33) is valid; on the other hand, we have =0 = for any multiindex fi with lfiI = —(n + k + 2). Hence g' E lemma is thereby proved. 8 The hyperplane Let p and and the 0 related orientations be an arbitrary point. Define the hyperplane C by the relation ={x E Ip•x = pox° + ... + p,,x" is the above-defined pairing between We call a basis B in positive, if (p. B) is a positive basis in This defines an orientation of The restriction of the projection on where p . x and is a fibre bundle whose fibre is R,; as above, the standard orientation of the fibre (the 24 1.

If a) is the symplectic form on S and f is a symplectic mapping, we have a) = dA A a)' + Aw" = = jz(x) dA A W' + A cv' + cv"]. I, that is, that f is an identity mapping. The above considerations prove the following theorem. The latter equality shows that je(x) Theorem 1. (a) For any homogeneous symplectic structure (S, cv), the manifold C = SIR. athnits a contact structure naturally related to the symplectic structure w (formula (8)). (b) For any contact structure (C, a), there exists a symplectic structure (S, cv) which induces the contact structure (C, cr) in the sense of(a).

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