By MacLane S., G. Birkhoff

This booklet goals to give glossy algebra from first rules, to be able to be
materials and the wanted algebraic manipulations with the overall techniques
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3) So it is clear that, in spite of the fact that one cannot fully generalize the Leray-Schauder degree to all of GL(X), the parity does give a direct extension of the concept of change in degree, at least for linear isomorphisms. 1. 4 following Let a : [a,b] —» \$ (X,Y) be an admissible are i) path. Then the equivalent: (*Q(X,Y),GL(X,Y)) with Proof: and H(0,*) = a H(1,I) £ GL(X,Y). First assume that (ii) holds. 1 to choose G:[0,1] x I —> GL(Y,X), a parametrix for H.

2, we may choose a parametrix R:[0,1] x X —» GL(Y,X) L:[0,1] x X —> \$ Q (X,Y) for with R(t,0) = |3(t) M(t,x) = [R(t,x)] _1 for If we set for 0 < t < 1. 7, it follows that H(t,x) = M(t,x)(x - 0(t,x)) where \jt : [0,1] x X -> X for is compact and t € [0,1], x € X, M : [0,1] x X —> GL(X,Y) is continuous. According to the homotopy invariance of the Leray-Schauder degree, deg L g (Id - *(0,«),0,0) = deg L g (Id - ^(1, •) ,(9,0). From this and the definition of degree it follows that deg(H(l,«),0,O) = e(M(O,O))e(M(l,O))deg(H(O,-),0,O).

A. _ ,m ]). 17) From the stability property it follows that