Open mapping theorem
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Open mapping theorem may refer to:
- Open mapping theorem (functional analysis) or Banach–Schauder theorem states that a surjective continuous linear transformation of a Banach space X onto a Banach space Y is an open mapping
- Open mapping theorem (complex analysis) states that a non-constant holomorphic function on a connected open set in the complex plane is an open mapping
- Open mapping theorem (topological groups) states that a surjective continuous homomorphism of a locally compact Hausdorff group G onto a locally compact Hausdorff group H is an open mapping if G is σ-compact. Like the open mapping theorem in functional analysis, the proof in the setting of topological groups uses the Baire category theorem.
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