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It consists of ordered n - tuples x = [ ( 1 , ... , Om ] of scalars dz . . . . , Chon and has

the

ordered n - tuples [ , . an ] of scalars Oj , . ... , an with the

.

It consists of ordered n - tuples x = [ ( 1 , ... , Om ] of scalars dz . . . . , Chon and has

the

**norm**{ a } = { } 10 ; \ " } lin . 2 = 1 3 . The space I ' " is the linear space of allordered n - tuples [ , . an ] of scalars Oj , . ... , an with the

**norm**= sup lail . 1 Sisn 4.

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The space bs is the linear space of all sequences x = { n } of scalars for which the

sequences x = { an } for which the series Anal On is convergent . The

sup ...

The space bs is the linear space of all sequences x = { n } of scalars for which the

**norm**n sup ail n i = 1 is finite . 11. The space cs is the linear space of allsequences x = { an } for which the series Anal On is convergent . The

**norm**is n =sup ...

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168 ] showed that the

and only if the function x , achieves its maximum at exactly one point . Mazur ( 1 ;

p . 78–79 ) proved that the same condition holds in B ( S ) , that the

168 ] showed that the

**norm**in C [ 0 , 1 ] is strongly differentiable at x , e C [ 0 , 1 ] ifand only if the function x , achieves its maximum at exactly one point . Mazur ( 1 ;

p . 78–79 ) proved that the same condition holds in B ( S ) , that the

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

The VitaliHahnSaks Theorem and Spaces of Measures | 7 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

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