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On Morse Index Retrieval

@inproceedings{Mamaev2021OnMI,
  title={On Morse Index Retrieval},
  author={Daniil Mamaev},
  year={2021}
}
A smooth function f in a neighbourhood of the unit sphere Sn−1 is said to admit index λ if it can be extended to a function F in the unit ball B such that F has a unique critical point p and the Morse index of p is equal to λ. It is easy to see that a function f cannot admit two indices of different parity. We prove that for any two indices that differ by two there exists a function f that admits both of them. 

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