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every

every

**element**in C ( G ) , a dense set in Lą . Now an arbitrary**element**f in C ( G ) may be written as f = h + ig where i h ( s ) = { [ / ( s ) +1 ( 8-1 ) ] , g ( s ) [ / ( 8-1 ) -f ( s ) ] . 2 g ( s ) Since the functions h and g ...Page 1237

Suppose there is an

Suppose there is an

**element**y in D ( T * ) C D ( T * ) but not in D ( T2 ) . Then by Definition 27 there exists a solution ( 51 ... By Lemma 21 there exist**elements**y , in D ( T * ) such that A ; ( y ; ) = dij , i , j = 1 , ... , p .Page 1696

By Lemma 14 there is a sequence { Fm } of

By Lemma 14 there is a sequence { Fm } of

**elements**of D ( 1 ) , each of which has a carrier which is a compact subset Cm of I , and such that F , → F as m + 00. Hence , we can evidently suppose without loss of generality that the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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