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Since u ( F . ) = Ssą , In ( Sam ) " , ( d8x2 ) does not converge to

Since u ( F . ) = Ssą , In ( Sam ) " , ( d8x2 ) does not converge to

**zero**and since 0 5 In ( a ) Si it follows from the dominated convergence theorem ( 6.16 ) that there is a point in So , for which n ( s ... ) is defined for all n and ...Page 452

If A is a subset of X , and р is in A , then there exists a non -

If A is a subset of X , and р is in A , then there exists a non -

**zero**continuous linear functional tangent to A at p if and only if the cone B with vertex p generated by A is not dense in X. PROOF . If a ¢ K , then , by 2.12 we can ...Page 595

( T ) } converge to

( T ) } converge to

**zero**in the weak operator topology . Suppose that { fn ( T ) x } is weakly sequentially compact for each x in X , and that f vanishes at a finite set of points of o ( T ) . If each root 20 has finite order al20 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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