# On the failure of the infinite dimensional Brouwer Theorem

Let $K$ be the closed unit ball of some infinite dimensional Banach space, and let $H$ be an autohomeomorphism of $K$, having fixed points. Can $H/2$ be fixed point free ?

Also, let ${\mathcal{F}}$ := { $S\in\mbox{C}(K,K), \mbox{Fix}(S)\neq\textrm{Ø }$}.

Let $T$ in $\mbox{C}(K,K)$ such that $TS\in\mathcal{F}$ for all $S\in\mathcal{F}$ . Must $T$ be necessarily compact ?

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What does "H/2" mean? –  Harry Gindi Mar 9 '10 at 6:12
It's the mapping $x\rightarrow H\left(x\right)/2$. –  Ady Mar 9 '10 at 6:32