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The topological stability of diffeomorphisms

  • Kazumine Moriyasu (a1)
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The present paper is concerned with the stability of diffeomorphisms of C closed manifolds. Let M be a C closed manifold and Diff r(M) be the space of Cr diffeomorphisms of M endowed with the Cr topology (in this paper we deal with only the case r = 0 or 1). Let us define

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