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If x € X , there is a sequence of points an € A with an + X . Since { an } is a Cauchy

sequence , and f is

Cauchy sequence . Since Y is complete , there is a point g ( x ) € Y with f ( an ) = g

( x ) ...

If x € X , there is a sequence of points an € A with an + X . Since { an } is a Cauchy

sequence , and f is

**uniformly**continuous , the sequence { f ( an ) } is also aCauchy sequence . Since Y is complete , there is a point g ( x ) € Y with f ( an ) = g

( x ) ...

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A sequence of functions { { n } defined on S with values in X converges u -

} converges

A sequence of functions { { n } defined on S with values in X converges u -

**uniformly**if for each ε > 0 there is a set E€ such that v ( u , E ) < ε and such that { In} converges

**uniformly**on S - E . The sequence { In } converges -**uniformly**to the ...Page 360

which vanishes in a neighborhood of a point p the sequence ( S - 1 ) ( x )

converges to zero

En ( x , z ) dz SM , then the convergence of Snt for a given c . o . n . system is

localized if ...

which vanishes in a neighborhood of a point p the sequence ( S - 1 ) ( x )

converges to zero

**uniformly**for x in some neighborhood of p . 21 Show that if | SőEn ( x , z ) dz SM , then the convergence of Snt for a given c . o . n . system is

localized if ...

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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