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It remains to be

It remains to be

**shown**that the domain 9. of g is equal to X. For the purposes of an indirect proof , assuine the existence of a vector y , in X but not in Yo . Every vector in the manifold Y , spanned by Y. and y , has a unique ...Page 83

That such results are valid in metric groups was

That such results are valid in metric groups was

**shown**by Banach [ 7 ] ( see also Banach [ 1 ; Chap . 1 ] and Kuratowski [ 1 ] ) . Conditions of this nature are extended to polynomial operators by Mazur and Orlicz [ 2 ] .Page 553

841 ] has

841 ] has

**shown**that in Hilbert space C is a maximal two - sided ideal . We have seen in Theorems 7.4 and 8.12 that in the spaces C and Ll , FCCC W CP . Grothendieck [ 4 ; p . 153 ] proved that in C , the ideals W and P coincide .### What people are saying - Write a review

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