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Rodolfo Conde

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recognizing smooth homeomorphism of euclidean spaces
Posted: Mar 10, 2011 3:55 PM
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If we have a homeomorphism h: R^n \to R^n from n-dimensional
euclidean space to itself, is there any way of telling if h is smooth or not
?? Or is there any way to show (at least) if h is a C^1 function or not ??
are there any papers about this matter ?

In particullar, it would ne nice if there is some way of telling
if h is smooth (or just C^1) by using convergence of sequences in R^n.

Thanks in advance...


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