By Ali Baklouti, Aziz El Kacimi, Sadok Kallel, Nordine Mir
This booklet comprises chosen papers awarded on the MIMS (Mediterranean Institute for the Mathematical Sciences) - GGTM (Geometry and Topology Grouping for the Maghreb) convention, held in reminiscence of Mohammed Salah Baouendi, a most famous determine within the box of a number of advanced variables, who gave up the ghost in 2011. All learn articles have been written via major specialists, a few of whom are prize winners within the fields of advanced geometry, algebraic geometry and research. The e-book bargains a important source for all researchers drawn to fresh advancements in research and geometry.
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Spherical equivalence implies homotopy equivalence and the converse is obviously false. We note that if f and g are homotopy equivalent in target dimension M0 , then they are homotopy equivalent in target dimension M if M ≥ M0 . We continue with the following results from . 3 Let f : S 2n−1 → S 2N −1 and g : S 2n−1 → S 2K −1 be sphere maps. Then f and g are homotopic in target dimension M if M ≥ n + max(N , K ). P. 1 Let S denote the set of homotopy classes (of rational maps and in target dimension N ) of proper rational maps f : Bn → B N .
As it has been emphasized in  that the characteristic of being unrelated to any scale is measured 0 (see for example  for a detailed exposition on Besov using the Besov norm B˙ 2,∞ spaces), this gives rise to ∇ f αn 0 (R 2 ) B˙ 2,∞ −→ 0, as n → ∞ . 6) Actually in , we have generalized this phenomenon to the 2ND case, which N (R2N ) does not embed into the Orlicz implies that the classical Besov space B2,∞ space L(R2N ). 1 that a more suitable Besov space built up from the logarithmic Littlewood-Paley decomposition embeds in the Orlicz space.
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