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Let p, q, k, be as in the preceding lemma, and, for each N, let X^N be the

transformation in L,(l,) which maps the

Fourier transform f,($) into the

transform k,($)f ...

Let p, q, k, be as in the preceding lemma, and, for each N, let X^N be the

transformation in L,(l,) which maps the

**vector**whose nth component has theFourier transform f,($) into the

**vector**whose nth component has the Fouriertransform k,($)f ...

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Bicontinuous linear transformations in certain

Soc. 45, 564-569 (1939). 2. On a calculus of operators in reflerive

Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 45, 217–234 (1939). 3. The Cauchy-Schwarz inequality

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Bicontinuous linear transformations in certain

**vector**spaces. Bull. Amer. Math.Soc. 45, 564-569 (1939). 2. On a calculus of operators in reflerive

**vector**spaces.Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 45, 217–234 (1939). 3. The Cauchy-Schwarz inequality

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Compact metric Boolean algebras and

A. 11, 125–128 (1942). 2. On Fréchet lattices, I. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser. A. 12,

235–248 (1943). (Japanese) Math. Rev. 10, 544 (1949). 3. Remarks on a

Compact metric Boolean algebras and

**vector**lattices. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser.A. 11, 125–128 (1942). 2. On Fréchet lattices, I. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser. A. 12,

235–248 (1943). (Japanese) Math. Rev. 10, 544 (1949). 3. Remarks on a

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BAlgebras | 859 |

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