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Let ( S , E , u ) be a positive measure space and G a

Let ( S , E , u ) be a positive measure space and G a

**separable**subset of L , ( S , E , u , X ) , where 1 sp < 0o . Then there is a set S , in E , a sub o - field Ey of E ( S ) , and a closed**separable**subspace X , of 2 such that the ...Page 426

If X is

If X is

**separable**, let { xn } be a countable dense subset of X , and define 1 | ( x * —y * ) xm | 8 ( 2 * , y * ) n = 1 21 1 + ( x * -- ** ) x It is easy to verify that the topology of S * defined by this metric is weaker than the X ...Page 504

Theorem 6 remains valid if the hypothesis that X * is the conjugate space of a

Theorem 6 remains valid if the hypothesis that X * is the conjugate space of a

**separable**space is replaced by the hypothesis that X * is the conjugate space of an arbitrary B - space and T has a**separable**range .### What people are saying - Write a review

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

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