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Let A = {ρ1 , ρ2 , . . , ρN } ⊂ P(H ) be a finite collection of rays. Then, if we look at all tuples of mutually orthogonal elements of A, the maximal size of the tuple we can get is the dimension of space d. For k = 1, 2, . . , d, denote the set of all k-tuples of mutually orthogonal (k) elements of A by P⊥ (A). We say that A is saturated if for all k and for all B ∈ (k) (d) P⊥ (A) there exists M ∈ P⊥ (A) such that M ⊃ B. (k) If A is saturated, then the collection of all subspaces spanU, U ∈ P⊥ (A), k = 1, 2, .

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This allows one, in particular, to construct genus two solutions of the Boussinesq hierarchy of integrable partial differential equations. The representation theory gives one a way of deriving and classifying all such relations and will hopefully provide a machine that can, for arbitrary genus, replace the somewhat ad hoc methods of singularity expansions with a systematic algorithm. I would like to thank the University of Lund, Sweden, and my home institution, Glasgow University, for supporting my visit to the AGMF workshop in Lund.

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