# Functional Analysis and Related Fields: Proceedings of a by Felix E. Browder (auth.), Felix E. Browder (eds.)

By Felix E. Browder (auth.), Felix E. Browder (eds.)

On might 20-24. 1968, a convention on sensible research and comparable Fields was once held on the heart for carrying on with schooling of the collage cl Chicago in honor of ProfessoLMARSHALL HARVEY STONE at the party of his retirement from lively provider on the collage. The convention obtained aid from the Air strength place of work of medical learn below the furnish 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 a few of the papers provided on the convention. nther talks which have been offered on the convention for which papers are noLinduded hereare: ok. CHANDRASEKHARAN, "Zeta features 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 bearing on the Reidemeister torsion and the zeta functionality of the Laplacian". A dinner party in honor of Professor STONE was once held in the course of the Con ference, with short talks by way of S. S. CHERN, A. A. ALBERT, S. MACLANE, E. HEWITT, okay. CHANDRASEKHARAN, and F. E. BROWDER (as Toast master), as weH as a reaction by means of Professor STONE.

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4* ~comp cat(X) , F. E. 52 BROWDER: (c) II he is a continuous real-valued lunction on Me invariantunder

E. q-1. SUPP(ßk) c: i~O cp-l (Bs,W (x k)) q-1. = i~O . cpq-l(Bs, (cpl (xk))· Since c211 cp Ilq ~ cl' it follows that cpq-i (B s, (cpi (x k)) c: B I4>l q- is, (cpq (x k)) c: B S1 (Xk) for each j in the range [0, q -1 J. Hence the support of each function ßk is contained in the closed cl-ball about the point X k in B. For two given integers k and m, let x, = cp (xm). Then Hence the system of functions {ßk} is invariant under the mapping cp. For each k with 1-::;'k ~r, we set For every point x of K', at least one of the functions ßk is different from zero at x, and hence r L k 1 =1 ßk (x) 1 > O.

D. + ° + 7. Nonlinear elliptic eigenvalue problems We now apply the results of Section 6 concerning nonlinear eigenvalue problems in Banach spaces to the proof of the existence of infinitely many eigenfunctions for a general dass of nonlinear elliptic eigenvalue problems. Let Q be a bounded open subset of the Euclidean n-dimensional space Rn. We let x denote the general point of Rn and d x, the element of Lebesgue n-measure on Rn. = II (OIOXi)ai , IIXI i~l n = L lXi , i~l where for IX = (0, ...