A Cartan frame on a space of dimension n is presumed to be embedded in a
projective space of dimension n+1. The projective frame of dimension n+1 is
presumed to have a nonzero determinant everywhere (except at the origin).
Hence over the punctured manifold the system is parallelizable. The Cartan
structural equations vanish on n+1. However, the Cartan structural equations
for the n manifold can be constructed by matrix partitions. The idea is similar to the projective concept of defining a n dimensional subspace by means of restricting a certain function on the n+1 dimensional subspace to zero. Then the differential structure is found by computing n tangent vectors of n+1 components, orthogonal to the n+1 dimensional gradient of the constraint function. The basis frame in n+1 dimensions can then be completed by adding the (matrix) adjoint field to the n tangent vectors.
