Dual Pair

A dual pair is a 3-tuple consisting of two vector spaces and over the same (real or complex) field and a bilinear form

with

and

We say puts and in duality.

We call two elements and orthogonal if

We call two sets and orthogonal if any two elements of and are orthogonal.

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Dual Pair - Comment
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... Dual Solo = Pair Four /w Dual Solo 3-3-3-3 /w J-J Dual Solo must consist of two cards with different ranks, such as J-K ... Otherwise, it is counted as pair which is different ... Dual Pair = 4 Cards of the Same Rank Four /w Dual Pair 3-3-3-3 /w J-J-J-J Dual Pair must consist of two sets of pairs of different ranks, such as 3-3-7-7 ...
Quasiregular Polyhedron - The Convex Quasiregular Polyhedra
... Each of these forms the common core of a dual pair of regular polyhedra ... The names of two of these give clues to the associated dual pair, respectively the cube + octahedron and the icosahedron + dodecahedron ... The octahedron is the core of a dual pair of tetrahedra (an arrangement known as the stella octangula), and when derived in this way is sometimes called the tetratetrahedron ...
Reductive Dual Pair
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