surjective mapping

surjective mapping

[sər′jek·tiv ′map·iŋ]
(mathematics)
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gamma],[gamma]')]-continuous surjective mapping and E is an [[alpha].
gamma],[gamma]')]-continuous surjective mapping f : (X, [tau]) [right arrow] (Y, [sigma]), where Y is an [[alpha].
gamma],[gamma]')]-continuous, surjective mapping f of a space X onto an [[alpha].
This shows that (xi)[theta] = (a, i), and thereby [theta] is a surjective mapping.
0] is a surjective mapping such that for any x, y [member of] [S.
All of above works only considered the surjective mappings between the unit spheres of two normed spaces of the same type.
Let [psi] : B(H) [right arrow] B(H) be a continuous linear surjective mapping in the weak operator topology.
It is the aim of us to prove that every weak continuous linear surjective mapping is an automorphism if and only if it is multiplicative at I.
Let [psi] : B(H) [right arrow] B(H) be a weak operator topology continuous linear surjective mapping.
However, [psi] is a surjective mapping, that is, C[psi](P) = [Y.