## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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Since every point in S gives rise to a continuous linear functional on C(S), it is

clear that the product topology of C(S) is weaker than the

The next theorem indicates a close relation between weak sequential

compactness ...

Since every point in S gives rise to a continuous linear functional on C(S), it is

clear that the product topology of C(S) is weaker than the

**weak topology**of C(S).The next theorem indicates a close relation between weak sequential

compactness ...

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employed the concepts of weak sequential compactness (II.3.25) and

compactness in the 3:" (or

weak compactness ...

**Weak Topologies**. Weak Compactness We have already introduced andemployed the concepts of weak sequential compactness (II.3.25) and

compactness in the 3:" (or

**weak**)**topology**. There is at least one other type ofweak compactness ...

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strong, and the

operator

strong operator

uniform ...

strong, and the

**weak**operator**topologies**in B(t, y)). It is evident that the uniformoperator

**topology**is stronger than the strong operator**topology**, and that thestrong operator

**topology**is stronger than the**weak**operator**topology**. With itsuniform ...

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### Contents

A Settheoretic Preliminaries | 1 |

Convergence and Uniform Convergence of Generalized | 26 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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