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Systemes Differentiels Involutifs

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Print Add to Cart URL: /some/url/at/AMS/CONM-308 Electronic Add to Cart URL: /some/url/at/AMS/CONM-308. Note that if one tries to extend such a theorem to higher dimensions, one would probably guess that a volume preserving map of a certain type must have fixed points. Recorded development of geometry spans more than two millennia. However Fréchet was able to extend the concept of convergence from Euclidean space by defining metric spaces. This preview has intentionally blurred sections.

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Publisher: Societe Mathematique De France (December 31, 2005)

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