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Let L n = 0, then we obtain a decreasing chain of subalgebras: of the length n. It is clear that either dimL2 = 11, -1 or dimL 2 = 11, - 2 (otherwise L n - 1 = 0). Suppose that dimL 2 = 11, - 1. e. {e s ,e8+d E £8\L8+1. By arguments as in proof of Lemma 1 and making corresponding changes of variables we may assume that es = [[[e1, e1], e1], ... , e1] + k s+l, (8 times product and ks+1 E LS+ 1) and e s+1 = [[[e1, e1], e1], ... , e1] + is+l ( 8 times product and is+1 E £8+1). Therefore, es -e s +1 E L8+1.

Thus, [eo, eo] = e2, lei, eo] = ei+1 and [en, eo] = o. Suppose that [eo, e1] = (3e2 and [e1, ed = "Ie2. e. e. ')'e3 = fez, ell, hence (3 = ,. e. in case 1 we obtain the algebra: [eo, eo] = ez, lei, eo] = ei+l, [el, ell = (3ez, [et) ell = (3e t +l, [eo, ell = (3e2. Case 2. [eo, eo] = 0 & [ell ell = o:ez (0: =I- 0). Then e2 E Z(JL) =} e3,"', en E Z(JL). e. [el, ell = e2, lei, eo] = ei+l' We denote [eo l ell = (3e2. e. (3[e2' eo] = (3e3 = 0 =} (3 = O. e. in Case 2 we obtain the algebra: lei, eo] = eHI, lei, ell = eHI (i:::: 1).

Let us demonstrate this by an example from [7]: Xl - 4X2 X2 + 4XI + + (k l (k2 - 7) X2 = - = 0, ki < 7 . 7) Xl 0, (11) Construct the bundle V = V2 + - aH = (9 - a + kl ) xi + (9 - a + k 2 ) x~ + (7 - kt)(7 + a - k l ) xi + 8 (k2 - 7) X2 Xl - 8 ( kl - 7) Xl X2, (12) (7 - k 2 ) (7 + a - k2 ) x~ where a is an indeterminate constant coefficient. 42 Signdefiniteness conditions for (12) may be considered as polynomials with respect to a : h (a) = (7 + a - kd > 0, 12 (a) = (7 + a - k 2 ) > 0 , 13(a) = a 2 - (2 + kl + k 2) a + klk2 - 7 (k 1 + k 2) + 49 < 0 .