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1 : D → X be a generalized sequence of elements in a metric space X. We call f a generalized Cauchy sequence in X , if , for each a > 0 , there

1 : D → X be a generalized sequence of elements in a metric space X. We call f a generalized Cauchy sequence in X , if , for each a > 0 , there

**exists**a d , e D , such that ot ( p ) , f ( 9 ) ) < ε if p 2 do , I do . 5 LEMMA .Page 362

Under the hypotheses of Exercise 37 , show that there

Under the hypotheses of Exercise 37 , show that there

**exists**f in C with an = S3 * / ( x ) * n ( x ) dx if and only if the functions In - aimna & n ( x ) , m 2 1 , are uniformly bounded and equicontinuous .Page 683

from Lemma 10 and Corollary 5.3 that the limit m = lim Mn

from Lemma 10 and Corollary 5.3 that the limit m = lim Mn

**exists**in ca ( , u ) . By Corollary 5.2 , m ( q - le ) = m ( e ) , so that the map T : 10 ) → f ( $ ( . ) ) as an operator in the space L ( S , E , m ) has its norm ( T1 = 1 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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