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The one - to - one mapping m → hm , whose existence was

Theorem 11 , is a homeomorphism of M , onto Â . Proof . We first show that the

mapping mhm is continuous . Let me be an arbitrary point in Mo , 0 < e < 1 , and

let N ...

The one - to - one mapping m → hm , whose existence was

**established**inTheorem 11 , is a homeomorphism of M , onto Â . Proof . We first show that the

mapping mhm is continuous . Let me be an arbitrary point in Mo , 0 < e < 1 , and

let N ...

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. Proof .

The reality of the spectrum was

homeomorphism u = h ( 2 ) of the compact complex sphere which is given by the

equation y ...

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. Proof .

The reality of the spectrum was

**established**in Lemma 2 . Consider thehomeomorphism u = h ( 2 ) of the compact complex sphere which is given by the

equation y ...

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He conjectured that no increase in the bound was actually necessary and this

conjecture was

simplification , given by Freudenthal [ 3 ] , of Friedrichs ' proof is the one

presented in ...

He conjectured that no increase in the bound was actually necessary and this

conjecture was

**established**by Stone [ 3 ; p . 388 ] and Friedrichs [ 3 ; I ] . Thesimplification , given by Freudenthal [ 3 ] , of Friedrichs ' proof is the one

presented in ...

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