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3 we have a divergence and its ‘dual’ where arguments are reversed, in Sect. 4 we have tangent and cotangent spaces, and in Sect. 5 we have pairs of low dimension (+1)-affine spaces, and high dimensional (−1)-convex hulls. We also note the work of Zhang (2006, 2015) which looks at the closely related ideas of reference and representation duality in IG. One point we would like to make is that to give these objects dual structures, which are truly symmetric, often requires stronger regularity conditions than the user might need, or be able to provide.