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20]); there, the generalization of manifolds studied is in terms of the commutative ring of smooth functions defined on a manifold. Here, we are looking instead at a generalization of the structure given by the smooth functions defined with domain an open subset of an arbitrary Hausdorff, complete, locally convex topological vector space and with range a fixed manifold. In section 2 we give details on our construction of a diffeological Lie group A(A), corresponding to a generalized symmetrized Cartan matrix A with a possibly countably infinite number of rows and columns such that the rows and columns are uniformly £2 bounded.
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