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_l . ,. . ,. _. . . , I . . Agrachev and Gamkrelidze 46 The last representationimplies the skew-symmetry of the Maslov index in all three variables: p(Ao, h , Aa) = - p ( h , Ao, ha) = -p(Ao, h , AI). Somewhat more difficult is,to prove the following identity rule, cf. [U]: - the chain p(Ao,A1,Az) - p ( A o , A l , A 3 ) + p ( A o , A z I A ~ -) p ( A 1 , A a 1 A 3 ) = O f (10) VAi E L(C), i = 011,2,3. Except the Maslov index there are the following trivial invariants of the triple Ao, A I , Az: (n a dim(Ai n Ai), 0 5i < j 5 2, dim Ai).
It is easy to show that in this case X, is a trajectory of the Hamiltonian system defined by the Hamiltonian H . The following assertion is a geometric formulation of the classical method of characteristics for solution of differential equations in partial derivatives of first order. Proposition 2. Let H : T*M -+ R be a smooth function and assume that CO C T * M is a smooth Lagrangian submanifold. Suppose that H i I TACO# 0 VX E CO n H-l(O). I+ p(t,X) Be a trajectory of theHamiltoniansystemwithHamiltonian H andthe initialcondition p ( 0 , X) = X E COn H-'(O).
It is easily seen that the bilinear form (211, W Z ) I+ (wF:wl)wz is symmetric, hence it i s restored by the quadratic form wF,h. The following test for being a Morse mapping is established by a straightforward computation. Proposition 2. A smooth mapping’Fis a Morse mapping iff the linear mapping wF$ is injective at every Lagrangian point ( W , U ) . If the Hessian wF,h is a nondegenerate quadratic form then wF; is injective. The opposite is not always true. For example, Symplectic Methodsfor Optimizationand Control - 31 for the following Morse mapping (ti) U1 (U1uz+(ul)S ) U' E R, i = 1,2, for which the origin is a cusp point, the Hessian is equal to zero for (0;l), 211 = 212 = 0.