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A continuous

continuous

one-to- one

Theorem 1 ) ...

A continuous

**linear**one-to-one**map**of one F-space onto all of another has acontinuous

**linear**inverse. Proof. Let X, 3) be F-spaces and T a continuous**linear**one-to- one

**map**with TX = ?J. Since = T**maps**open sets onto open sets (Theorem 1 ) ...

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For example, while it is easy to see that the general continuous

LP[0, 1], p > 1, to L„[0, 1] has the form no satisfactory expression for the norm of T

is known. No conditions on K(s, t) are known which are equivalent to the ...

For example, while it is easy to see that the general continuous

**linear map**fromLP[0, 1], p > 1, to L„[0, 1] has the form no satisfactory expression for the norm of T

is known. No conditions on K(s, t) are known which are equivalent to the ...

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dition (ii) shows that T maps //-equivalent functions into //-equivalent functions, i.e.

, f((p(s)) = g(<p(s)) for //-almost all * if /(*) = g(*) for /{-almost all s. Thus T may be

regarded as a

dition (ii) shows that T maps //-equivalent functions into //-equivalent functions, i.e.

, f((p(s)) = g(<p(s)) for //-almost all * if /(*) = g(*) for /{-almost all s. Thus T may be

regarded as a

**linear map**in the .F-spaee M(S) provided that Tf is //-measurable ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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