Jordan curve theorem

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Jordan curve theorem

n.
The theorem that states that every simple closed curve divides a plane into two parts and is the common boundary between them.
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Among the details are filtrations and the Jordan-H|lder theorem, an improvement of Jordan's theorem, application of character theory: proof of Burnside's theorem 5.4, and small groups and their isomorphisms.
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