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Then * , is a bounded

each real $ o , let H. be the

( H 5,1 ) ( 5 ) = f ( 5 ) , $ > 60 , otherwise . = 0 By Corollary 22 , it follows that there

is ...

Then * , is a bounded

**mapping**of the space L ( L , ( S ) ) into itself . Proof . Foreach real $ o , let H. be the

**mapping**in L , ( L , ( S ) ) defined by the formula ( 47 )( H 5,1 ) ( 5 ) = f ( 5 ) , $ > 60 , otherwise . = 0 By Corollary 22 , it follows that there

is ...

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Then ( i ) F → FoM- is a one - to - one continuous

( 12 ) whose inverse is F + FOM ; ( ii ) F → FoM - 1 is a one - to - one continuous

Then ( i ) F → FoM- is a one - to - one continuous

**mapping**of D ( 11 ) onto all of D( 12 ) whose inverse is F + FOM ; ( ii ) F → FoM - 1 is a one - to - one continuous

**mapping**of A ( k ) ( 11 ) onto all of A ( ) ( 12 ) ; ( iii ) if all the partial derivatives of ...Page 1734

Let Uici , be a bounded neighborhood of q chosen so small that BU , CE , and so

that there exists a

origin such that ( i ) 9 is one - to - one , is infinitely often differentiable , and q - 1 ...

Let Uici , be a bounded neighborhood of q chosen so small that BU , CE , and so

that there exists a

**mapping**9 of U , onto the unit spherical neighborhood V of theorigin such that ( i ) 9 is one - to - one , is infinitely often differentiable , and q - 1 ...

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