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of B * ( x ) onto C ( 0 ( x ) ) has the property that x

of B * ( x ) onto C ( 0 ( x ) ) has the property that x

**corresponds**to the function x ( x - ' ( u ) ) = 1 , u Eo ( r ) . Clearly the requirement that x and g ( u ) = u be**corresponding**elements determines the * -isomorphism uniquely and ...Page 1729

D . It should be evident from this last formula that much as in the

D . It should be evident from this last formula that much as in the

**corresponding**case of the space Co ( C ) , we may regard any point x = ( x , y ) for which 0 < x < 20 as belonging , in a suitable sense , to the interior of C ...Page 1780

An equivalence class U of vectors u , will be said to

An equivalence class U of vectors u , will be said to

**correspond**to an equivalence class Vof vectors vg if there is a pair of vectors , one from U and one from V , with a non - zero inner product . Suppose that U and V are**corresponding**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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