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Finite Dimensional Spaces The space E " , as will be seen presently , is the prototype of all n - dimensional normed linear spaces , and

Finite Dimensional Spaces The space E " , as will be seen presently , is the prototype of all n - dimensional normed linear spaces , and

**hence**it should be observed first that Er is a B - space . The Minkowski inequality ( III.3.3 ) ...Page 441

Put co ( ( qi + U ) Q ) Cqi + U . Then K ; is a closed , and

Put co ( ( qi + U ) Q ) Cqi + U . Then K ; is a closed , and

**hence**a compact , subset of co ( Q ) .**Hence**CO ( Q ) = co ( K , U ... UK , ) = co ( K , U ... UKn ) , by an easy induction on Lemma 2.5 . It follows readily that p has the ...Page 485

**Hence**T * is weakly compact . Conversely , if T * is weakly compact , it follows from Lemma 7 that T ** is continuous relative to the X * , Y *** topologies in X ** , Y ** , respectively . If S , S ** are the closed unit spheres in X ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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