Advanced Courses of Mathematical Analysis I: Proceedings of by A. Aizpuru-Tomas, F. Leon-Saavedra

By A. Aizpuru-Tomas, F. Leon-Saavedra

This quantity includes a set of articles from specialists with a wealthy learn and academic event. The individuals of this quantity are: Y Benyamini, M Gonzбlez, V Mьller, S Reich, E Matouskova, A J Zaslavski and A R Palacios. each one in their paintings is worthy. for instance, Benyamini's is the one up-to-date survey of the intriguing and energetic quarter of the type of Banach areas lower than uniformly non-stop maps whereas Gonzбlez's article is a pioneer creation to the speculation of neighborhood duality for Banach areas.

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15 in Remark 13. Let X be a space with a monotone basis. Then the projections Pn : X + X form a commuting 1-approximating sequence on X . 6. Further properties The first result in this section extends Theorem 11. 3 in 1 4 . Its proof in l4 is based in some ideas contained in ". Theorem 14. Every separable Banach space admits a separable local dual space. , there exists no local dual z d contained in every local dual of L1 [o, 11. Indeed, we have seen in the previous section that L1[0,1] admits two local dual spaces C[O,11 and C(A).

Later in the paper we will apply many times this property and the characterizations given in Section 2 to find examples of local dual spaces. In Section 4 we give some natural examples: C[0,1]is a local dual of L1[0,1] and the Bore1 measures on [0,1] which are absolutely continuous with respect to the Lebesgue measure form a local dual of C[O,11 isometric to L1[0,1]. We also give some examples of local duals for the spaces e , ( X ) and &(X) of vector sequences and for the spaces C ( K , X ) ,L1(pL,X) and L,(p,X) of vector-valued functions.

P if for every E > 0 and every compact set K in X ,there is a finite rank operator T on X such that llTll 5 1 and IITz - 211 5 E for every x E K . P. The following result is proved using some ideas of 16. Theorem 20. T h e n the subspace K ( X , Y * ) of the compact operators in B ( X , Y * ) is a local dual of X G j , Y . P. there exists a net (A,) of finite rank operators on Y* with IIA,II 5 1, so that lim, llA,g - 911 = 0 for every g E Y * . Note that (by compactness) we can assume that (A,) is weak*convergent in K(Y * ) **.

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