## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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admits an

invariant metric and is complete under each invariant metric . Thus every

complete linear metric space can be metrized to be an F - space . Further , a

normed linear ...

admits an

**equivalent**metric under which it is complete , then G admits aninvariant metric and is complete under each invariant metric . Thus every

complete linear metric space can be metrized to be an F - space . Further , a

normed linear ...

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Proof . Consider the closed subspace B ( S , E ) of B ( S ) . According to Theorems

6.18 and 6.20 there is a compact Hausdorff space S , such that B ( S , E ) is

æ ...

Proof . Consider the closed subspace B ( S , E ) of B ( S ) . According to Theorems

6.18 and 6.20 there is a compact Hausdorff space S , such that B ( S , E ) is

**equivalent**to C ( S . ) . Theorem 5.1 shows that there is an isometric isomorphismæ ...

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( b ) Show that L ( S , E , u ) is

countable collection of atoms of finite measure { En } in such that every

measurable subset of S - u - En is either an atom of infinite measure or a null set .

50 Show that no ...

( b ) Show that L ( S , E , u ) is

**equivalent**to l , if and only if there exists acountable collection of atoms of finite measure { En } in such that every

measurable subset of S - u - En is either an atom of infinite measure or a null set .

50 Show that no ...

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

The VitaliHahnSaks Theorem and Spaces of Measures | 7 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

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