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characterized in that there exist holomorphic function : and . [e]

  • Bijective function [r]: A function in which each possible output value corresponds to exactly one input value. [e]
  • Conjugation (group theory) [r]: The elements of any group that may be partitioned into conjugacy classes. [e]
  • Equation (mathematics) [r]: A mathematical relationship between quantities stated to be equal, seen as a problem involving variables for which the solution is the set of values for which the equality holds. [e]
  • Group (mathematics) [r]: Set with a binary associative operation such that the operation admits an identity element and each element of the set has an inverse element for the operation. [e]
  • Homeomorphism [r]: A function that maps one topological space to another with the property that it is bijective and both the function and its inverse are continuous with respect to the associated topologies. [e]
  • Identity function [r]: The function from a set to itself which maps each element to itself. [e]
  • Lambert W function [r]: Used to solve equations in which the unknown appears both outside and inside an exponential function or a logarithm. [e]
  • Newton's method [r]: Technique to approximate the roots of an equation by the methods of the calculus. [e]
  • Quadratic equation [r]: An equation of the form ax2 + bx + c = 0 where a, b and c are constants. [e]
  • Rigid motion [r]: A transformation which preserves the geometrical properties of the Euclidean spacea distance-preserving mapping or isometry. [e]
  • Special function [r]: Various families of solution functions corresponding to cases of the hypergeometric equation or functions used in the equation's study, such as the gamma function. [e]