By Jose G. Llavona

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Let T be a continuous mapping from a realcompact space (4) X i n t o rz space of Y is realcompact. 9 , 8). Holomorphic f u n c t i o n s . U be an open subset o f a complex Banach space E . Let tion Then t h e t o t a l preimage of each realcompact subset Y. f : U C + A func- i s s a i d t o be G-hoiomorphic (Gateaux-holomorphic), if t h e f u n c t i o n d e f i n e d by where D = { A e IC : x t Ay E U). A funcx,y a E i s s a i d t o be holomorphic i f i t i s G-holomorphic and i s a n a l y t i c f o r every tion f : U + t continuous.

2 . 2 . Lema. i s t h e mapping gl There e x i s t s . YgN) @= (91 ,. ,.. , gN 6 Cm For every (iii) If b i s the o r i g i n i n RN , then 0 B x W G 0 @(W) + R i t follows that $ : RN + R. - Since 0 f 0 @(w). @ ( W ) C RN n. By a p p l y i n g t h e i n v e r s e f u n c t i o n Cm diffeomorphism f r o m i s c l a s s Cm. i s class n. 2) d @ ( x ) has rank submanifold o f dimension theoremywe have t h a t RN C m - homeomorphism. (ii) @(W) + is a @/W : W + @ : X the following conditions hoZd: (i) Therefore f such t h a t i f G , then Assume t h a t lemma 1 .