# The Brenner-Hochster-Koll\'ar and Whitney Problems for Vector-valued Functions and Jets

@article{Fefferman2012TheBA, title={The Brenner-Hochster-Koll\'ar and Whitney Problems for Vector-valued Functions and Jets}, author={Charles Fefferman and Garving K Luli}, journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry}, year={2012} }

In this paper, we give analytic methods for finding m (and m+\omega) times continuously differentiable solutions of a finite system of linear equations. Along the way, we also solve a generalized Whitney problem for vector-valued functions and jets.

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