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x = p ( x ) + p ( -x ) , then this condition is

x = p ( x ) + p ( -x ) , then this condition is

**sufficient**. Bonsall [ 1 ] showed that the separability condition cannot be dropped . Ingleton [ 1 ] has given conditions for the Hahn - Banach theorem to hold when the field of scalars is ...Page 385

ing conditions that are

ing conditions that are

**sufficient**to insure that a class of functions generates the entire space . Wermer [ 6 , 9 ] has given**sufficient**conditions that two functions generate C ( S ) when S is the unit circle .Page 472

In the first two papers , necessary and

In the first two papers , necessary and

**sufficient**conditions for a weaker type of differentiability of the norms in X and X * are given , together with results relating differentiability , tangent planes to the unit sphere ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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