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Real World 19 Any other point p in Cone(J) can be considered the unit element in its own algebraic system; since J[p] has the same invertible elements as J, and by choice p lies in the same connected component as e, so J[p] has the same connected component of the identity: Cone(J[p] ) = Cone(J). Therefore the manifold has a symmetry at the point p given by x → x[−1,p] , the exponential map is expp (x) = e[x,p] , and the Christoﬀel symbols are just the multiplication constants of J[p] : xi •p xj = k Γkij [p]xk .

Thus the positive cone Cone(J) of a formally real Jordan algebra is in a canonical way a homogeneous Riemannian manifold. The inversion map j : x → x−1 induces a diﬀeomorphism of J of period 2 leaving C invariant, and having there a unique ﬁxed point 1 [the ﬁxed points of the inversion map are the e − f for e + f = 1 supplementary orthogonal idempotents, and those with f = 0 lie in the other connected components of J−1 ], and provides a symmetry of the Riemannian manifold C at p = 1; here the exponential map is the ordinary algebraic exponential exp1 (x) = ex from T1 (M ) = J to Cone(J), and negation x → −x in the tangent space projects −1 to inversion ex → e−x = ex on the manifold.

A ﬁnite-dimensional hermitian Jordan triple is positive if the trace form tr(Lx,y ) is a positive deﬁnite Hermitian scalar product. 24 Colloquial Survey Every nonzero element has a unique spectral decomposition x = λk ek for nonzero orthogonal tripotents e3k = ek and distinct positive singular values 0 < λ1 < · · · < λr ∈ R (called the singular spectrum of x); the spectral norm is the maximal size x := maxi λi = λr of the singular values. At ﬁrst sight it is surprising that every element seems to be “positive,” but recall that by conjugate linearity in the middle variable a tripotent can absorb any unitary complex scalar µ to produce an equivalent tripotent e = µe, so any complex “eigenvalue” ζ = λeiθ = λµ can be replaced by a real singular value λ : ζe = λe for the tripotent e = µe.