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Let p , q , kn be as in the preceding lemma , and , for each N , let K y be the transformation in Loll , ) which maps the

Let p , q , kn be as in the preceding lemma , and , for each N , let K y be the transformation in Loll , ) which maps the

**vector**whose nth component has the ...Page 1751

differentiable m -

differentiable m -

**vector**valued functions defined in C . Similarly , Ĉ ( C ) and Ĉ . ( C ) will denote the subspaces of Ĉ © ( C ) consisting of all ...Page 1786

On differentiation of

On differentiation of

**vector**- valued functions . Studia Math . 11 , 185–196 ( 1950 ) . 4 . Continuity of**vector**- valued functions of bounded variation .### What people are saying - Write a review

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