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Gelfand and collaborators introduced the Kappa Operator [3] and used it to study the Radon transform on fc-dimensional planes. Later they extended this notion to the study of Radon transforms for a pair of Grassmannians [4]. The idea is to use the algebraic topology of Grassmann manifolds to exhibit inversion formulas as integrals of differential forms and to interpret the injectivity problem as a search for good homology cycles. For an introduction to this method and a variation of context see [7].

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