Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[see also: form

Then G has the structure of a group such that......

The structure of a Banach algebra is frequently reflected in the growth properties of its analytic semigroups.

Neighbourhoods of points in these spaces appear at first glance to have a nice regular structure, but upon closer scrutiny, one sees that many neighbourhoods contain collections of arcs hopelessly folded up.

Note that E can be given a complex structure by setting......

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