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5). Case (i) of Lhat theorem is precisely Neron's form [13, 2, Thrn. 5]. :3}] is an affine coordinate ring of the blowing up. The proof of Case (ii) parallels the argument of [2, pp. 40-42] closely, and so we omit it. '3e (iii) is not as clear. We will show how to reduee it to case (ii). It is permissible to localize, replacing A by k = Fract{A), and B by B ®A k. Thus A is a geometrically regular k-algebra. k 1 or L and k 1 is SMOOTHING OF A RING HOMOMORPHISM 27 separable over k 1 . Given any finite extension k1 of k, A 0k k 1 is a regular semi-local ring of dimension 1.

I _/... -r ~::. -1"''1' : ........... - - c~ . . . .... J. I \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ paraboloid E=~llpll 2 E=l E=O L{T) Fig. 4 The case G SU(3) CONVEXITY AND LOOP GROUPS 57 For the closures of the Bruhat manifolds we have: F(o,o,o) F(t,o,-t) F(2,-t,-1) F(t,t,-2) 0 O,At, ... , As 0, At, ... , As, Bi! B2, Ba O,A11 ... ,As, Ct, C2, C3 Needless to say, it is difficult to show the images of the Birkholf manifolds in this diagram. E = 1. Remarks 1. The same method can be used to find the images under the moment map of other varieties in the loop space.

9}, such that (i) a is smooth at cr- 1p, (ii} ~ is smooth at cr-lq for every height 1 prime q of A except p. Proof. , that A is a discrete valuation ring. Then the lemma follows from Neron's p-desingularization [13], which we will review briefly in order to establish notation. Say that B is presented as usual, in the form A[Yl> ... , Ynl/(h, ... imension of Y = SpeeR over X= SpecA at 8- 1 (0) is d. 3) l = l(B/A,P) = infv(detB(M)), M where M is a minor of J = (of joy) of raak n- d, and vis the p-adic valuation of A [13].