## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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Let K be a

A CK is said to be an extremal

1 - a ) k , 0 < a < 1 , of two points of K is in A only if both k , and k , are in A . An ...

Let K be a

**subset**of a real or complex linear vector space X . A non - void**subset**A CK is said to be an extremal

**subset**of K if a proper convex combination ak , + (1 - a ) k , 0 < a < 1 , of two points of K is in A only if both k , and k , are in A . An ...

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totally ordered subfamily of A , the non - void set n A , is a closed extremal

of K which furnishes a lower bound for A 1 . It follows by Zorn ' s lemma that A

contains a minimal element A . Suppose that A , contains two distinct points p and

...

totally ordered subfamily of A , the non - void set n A , is a closed extremal

**subset**of K which furnishes a lower bound for A 1 . It follows by Zorn ' s lemma that A

contains a minimal element A . Suppose that A , contains two distinct points p and

...

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12 Let X be a B - space , and let K be a weakly compact convex

Show that K has a continuous tangent functional at each point of a dense

of its boundary . 13 Let X be a B - space , and let K * be a bounded X - closed

convex ...

12 Let X be a B - space , and let K be a weakly compact convex

**subset**of X .Show that K has a continuous tangent functional at each point of a dense

**subset**of its boundary . 13 Let X be a B - space , and let K * be a bounded X - closed

convex ...

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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