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Assume that V there and are to K independent linear forms from V to K d I ..... d k independent linear forms from W to K b I ..... = ± 1 1 given , K 2k , is an isomorphism. Take on V the basis eib i) { d I .... ,dk}. to the linear m a p and associate in Let further E (k × k) same V one dual to the of linear forms from Then Proof. -,a k • be matrix. dimension =k . -,c k (a i W of Let V analogous be the dual A to by W , to for i=l .... the to 2k way matrix determined a matrix such k, and associated, by that the linear forms {c I ....

Each nodal curve on this a 2 v smooth this meeting with that = into surface curve 2 w 2 2 = U + UX -- X a o By 2 of one is the [Br 3] under finite line hyperBremner some a u t o set of nodal question: Let curves. This X be the set seemed an to algebraic of nodal This Theorem (Looijenga question K3-surface with has Aut(X) ii) D x / A u t (X) proof theory X. been answered X to ask the automorphism on Let 1982): is finitely i) reduction evidence classes finite? The me e n o u g h Is the group number positively be a n a l g e b r a i c following of by Aut(X) Aut(X)-orbits and Dx on DX Looijenga.

Both summands in the middle spaces. lemma select i0. ,d k clearly therefore, able to apply that Ker(s) and k-dimensional are n o w to show therefore Pl ..... Pn } is separately: it suffices = O, n We two cases such sections linear b) of forms again r that the W are has k rank linear on Pl'""Pk defined only up 65 to non-zero scalar multiples, We set further V = H°(R,OR(k-I)), tion Pk+i and R ~ p1. The statement that, then the b i = evaluation c i = evaluation at such but this does not matter for our purposes).