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The space X is said to be weakly complete if every weak Cauchy sequence has a weak

The space X is said to be weakly complete if every weak Cauchy sequence has a weak

**limit**. In Chapter V , a topology is introduced in certain linear spaces in such a way that they become Hausdorff spaces in which the notion of ...Page 126

We define the

We define the

**limit**inferior and the**limit**superior of { En } by the equations or D lim inf E. un Em , lim sup En nu Em 72 n = l man n n = 1 man n If lim inf , En = lim sup , E ,, { En } is said to be convergent , and we write the ...Page 368

+ m , ) } where for each f in C ( A ) the

+ m , ) } where for each f in C ( A ) the

**limit**exists in the norm of C ( A ) and for each f in L , ( A ) with 1 < p < o the**limit**exists in the norm of L ( A ) . 73 With the notation introduced in Exercise 71 we have , as N +00 , ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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