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On may possibly 20-24. 1968, a convention on practical research and comparable Fields was once held on the middle for carrying on with schooling of the college cl Chicago in honor of ProfessoLMARSHALL HARVEY STONE at the social gathering of his retirement from lively provider on the collage. The convention bought help from the Air strength workplace of clinical learn lower than the supply AFOSR 68-1497. The Organizing committee for this convention consisted of ALBERTO P. CALDERON, SAUNDERS MACLANE, ROBERT G. POHRER, and FELIX E. BROWDER (Chairman). the current quantity includes the various papers awarded on the convention. nther talks that have been awarded on the convention for which papers are noLinduded hereare: ok. CHANDRASEKHARAN, "Zeta capabilities of quadratic fields"; J. L. DooB, "An program of prob skill conception to the Choquet boundary" ; HALMOS, "Irreducible operators"; P. R. KADISON, "Strong continuity of operator functions"; L. NIRENBERG, "Intrinsic norms on complicated manifolds"; D. SCOTT, "Some difficulties and up to date leads to Boolean algebras"; 1. M. SINGER, "A conjecture pertaining to the Reidemeister torsion and the zeta functionality of the Laplacian". A ceremonial dinner in honor of Professor STONE used to be held in the course of the Con­ ference, with short talks through S. S. CHERN, A. A. ALBERT, S. MACLANE, E. HEWITT, ok. CHANDRASEKHARAN, and F. E. BROWDER (as Toast­ master), as weH as a reaction by means of Professor STONE.

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4). It follows immediately from the definitions that since X n is increasing, the minimax numbers m k , n (h) decrease with n and are all bounded from below by mk,comp (h). Hence, we need only prove that m k , n (h) -+mk,comp (h) as n-+ 00. By the definition of mk,comp (h), if we are given 10 > 0, we may find a compact subset K of X such that cat (K; X) ~ k, and sup h(x) ~mkcomp(h) +10. xEK ' Since h is continuous and K is compact, we may find so> 0 such that if x lies in K and Xl lies in the So ball about x, then Ih(x) -h(x1)1 < s.

Lt follows from hypothesis (2) of Theorem 10 that Me is bounded and that each ray from the origin intersects Me in exactly one point. 3). By the hypothesis of Theorem 10, given d>O, there exists dl>O such that for any u in Me with k(u) ~d, we have b(u, u) ~dl. 1), b(u, v) = (k'(u), v), and by definition h(u) =k(U)-l. Hence if h(u) ~d-l, we have (h'(u), u) =k(U)-2(k'(u), u) ~dlM-2, where M is an upper bound for the bounded functional k on Me. ) Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems and Group Invariance 49 Since fjJ is itself obviously a diffeomorphism of dass C2- on 51 (V) being a bounded linear mapping on the Banach space V, whose norm is of dass C2- because of the assumption that p ~ 2, and since fjJ (1Ixll-l x) = Ilxll-1 fjJ (x) and IlfjJ(x)II-IfjJ(X) are both positive multiples of fjJ(x) lying on 5 1(V), we have fjJ (llxll-l x) = IlfjJ (x) II-I fjJ (x) for all x in Me.

Then it is trivial to verify that p,,= L ;ß(x) Ij(ß),x ß is the desired quasi-gradient field over all of X - K and is locally Lipschitzian over X -K. Let X o be a point of X -K. By the definition of the duality of norms in the two Banach spaces Txo(X) and Tx;(X) = (Txo (X))*, we may find an element Po of Txo such that Over a neighborhood U of x o, we may consider a trivialization of T(X) as U X B, and consider the constant section Po over U. By the continuity of the functions q and dh, and the continuity of the Finsler norms, there exists a smaller neighborhood U' of X o such that for x in U', Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems and Group Invariance 33 This is the desired local section of the quasi-gradient mapping over a neighborhood of X o .

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