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M We consider the N = M n dyadic cubes of T n as being arranged in M n−1 horizontal strips (cylinders) each consisting of M dyadic cubes. Let R1 denote the dyadic permutation which shifts (mod 1) all of these rows a cubes to the left, and b of these rows an additional cube to the left. 6), v1 (R1 ◦P ) = 0. Note that since R1 moves no point more than a+1 cube lengths, we have that R1 < (a + 1) /M ≤ /3+1/M < 2 /3. Perform a similar rotational correction Rj in the jth coordinate, and let R be their product.

Number the cubes {σj }j=1 so that P (σj ) = σj+1 (where j +1 is understood mod(N )), and let pj denote the center of the cube σj . Since |h (pj )−P (pj ) | < for each j = 1, . . 4 that there is a homeomorphism f ∈ M [I n , λ] which fixes the given finite set, satisfies f < , and is such that f (h (pj )) = P (pj ) = pj+1 for all j = 1, . . , N . It follows that the homeomorphism f h cyclically permutes the centers pj . The techniques used in this subsection can be extended to approximate any permutation of the vertices of a connected graph by a cyclic permutation of these vertices such that the two permutations differ by at most 6 edges [9].

Brouwer showed that such a set (lying between two homeomorphs of the real line) always exists for an orientation preserving homeomorphism of the plane without fixed points. 1). Note that if a translation has no fixed points then it is nontrivial and also has no periodic points. A special case of the Brouwer Plane Translation Theorem, as observed by Andrea [32], says that this property of translations is possessed by fixed point free homeomorphisms of the plane. 1 (Plane Translation Theorem) Suppose that h is any orientation preserving homeomorphism of the plane which has no fixed point.

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