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Brouwer fixed-point theorem

[ brou-er -fikst-point ]
/ ˈbraʊ ər ˈfɪkstˈpɔɪnt /
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noun Mathematics.
the theorem that for any continuous transformation of a circle into itself, including its boundary, there is at least one point that is mapped to itself.
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Origin of Brouwer fixed-point theorem

Named after L. E. J. Brouwer

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