## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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general B - space by Hahn [ 2 ] who applied these results to a large number of ...

Banach and Steinhaus [ 1 ; p , 53 ] observed that in the case of a Bspace

**Theorems**1 . 11 , 1 . 17 , and 1 . 18 were proved for linear functionals on ageneral B - space by Hahn [ 2 ] who applied these results to a large number of ...

Banach and Steinhaus [ 1 ; p , 53 ] observed that in the case of a Bspace

**Theorem**1 .Page 82

sequences of measures . ... Orlicz [ 7 ] proves a

where the double sequence of operators also depends on a parameter in a

complete ...

**theorems**or to give generalizations of some**theorems**of Saks [ 2 , 3 ] onsequences of measures . ... Orlicz [ 7 ] proves a

**theorem**of the condensation typewhere the double sequence of operators also depends on a parameter in a

complete ...

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, 8 ] , and F . Riesz [ 17 ] . Several generalizations of the mean ergodic

groups or semi - groups of operators more general than the discrete semi ...

**Theorems**for abstract vector lattices were proved by G . Birkhoff [ 2 ] , Kakutani [ 7, 8 ] , and F . Riesz [ 17 ] . Several generalizations of the mean ergodic

**theorem**togroups or semi - groups of operators more general than the discrete semi ...

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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