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By Erdoğan S. Şuhubi (auth.)

**Functional Analysis** is essentially keen on the constitution of countless dimensional vector areas and the alterations, that are often known as operators, among such areas. the weather of those vector areas are typically capabilities with definite houses, which map one set into one other. useful research turned one of many luck tales of arithmetic within the twentieth century, within the look for generality and unification.

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The family of all equivalence classes of a set A is called the quotient set of A with respect to the equivalence relation R . It is usually denoted by AIR. We can thus write AIR = {R[a] : a E A}. It is clear that the quotient set AIR is actually a partition of the set A. We can show that every function f : X - Y induces an equivalence relation on its domain. Without loss of generality, we can take V(f) = X. Let us now defme a relation Rj ~ XZ on the set X by the rule xIRjxz {:} f(XI) = f(xz), Xl, Xz EX.

An extension 9 : JR -+ JR+ of this function to JR may Y E JR. It is obvious that gllR+ = be defmable by the rule X = Hence, the function 9 is a left-inverse of the function I . It is now clear that the right- or left-inverse ofa non-invertible function cannot be determined uniquely. However, in certain cases it seems possible to defme such inverses uniquely by imposing some restrictions motivated mostly by the physical structure of the problem under consideration. Even if a function I : X -+ Y is not invertible, its restriction IIA to a suitable subset A of X may be invertible.

If this intersection is not the entire set B, the image of the inverse image is contained in the set B. We 1 (J (A)) holds for all subsets can easily prove that if the relation A = A ~ X, the function f is injective, whereas if the relation f(J-I(B)) = B holds for all subsets B ~ Y, then f is surjective. 22. 4. Let us consider a function f : IR ---- IR determined by the rule f(x) = x 2 and the subsets Al = { - 2, - I}, A2 = {I, 2}. It then follows that Al n A2 = 0 and, hence, f(AI n A 2) = 0. On the other hand f(AI) = f(A 2) = {1,4} and f(AI) n f(A 2) = {1,4} :J f(AI n A 2) = 0.