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By Ivan Singer

Because the visual appeal, in 1970, of Vol. I of the current monograph 1370], the speculation of bases in Banach areas has built considerably. as a result, the current quantity includes basically Ch. III of the monograph, rather than Ch. sick, IV and V, as was once deliberate firstly (cp. the desk of contents of Vol. I). on account that this quantity is a continuation of Vol. I of an identical monograph, we will discuss with the result of Vol. I at once as result of Ch. I or Ch. II (without specifying Vol. I). nonetheless, occasionally we will additionally point out that sure effects can be thought of in Vol. III (Ch. IV, V). despite the numerous new advances made during this box, the assertion within the Preface to Vol. I, that "the present books on useful research comprise just a couple of effects on bases", is still nonetheless legitimate, aside from the hot booklet [248 a] of J. Lindenstrauss and L. Tzafriri. due to the fact that we've got realized approximately [248 a] in simple terms in 1978, during this quantity there are just references to past works, rather than [248 a]; despite the fact that, this may reason no inconvenience, because the intersec­ tion of the current quantity with [248 a] is especially small. allow us to additionally point out the looks, seeing that 1970, of a few survey papers on bases in Banach areas (V. D. Milman [287], [288], C. W. McArthur [275]; M. I. Kadec [204], § three and others).

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Beweise die folgende Aussage zuerst direkt und dann mit Hilfe der Aufgabe 4: Sei/nEB(X), inf I/n (x)1 = 0 (n = 1, 2, ... ), und es strebe In => I auf X Dann ist auch inf I/(x) I= o. xeX xeX 6. 5 und dann mittels Aufgabe 4: InE C(X) verschwinde in mindestens einem Punkt Xn der (kompakten) Menge X, und es strebe In => I auf X Dann besitzt auch I eine Nullstelle in X Zeige an einem Beispiel, daß man die gleichmäßige Konvergenz nicht durch bloß punktweise ersetzen kann. 00 +7. Sei Pdie Menge aller Funktionen I: [-1, 1)-+R, die sich in eine Potenzreihe I(A) = ~ an An n=Q 00 mit konvergenter Absolutkoeffizientenreihe a) Mit der punktweisen Definition von Banachalgebra.

F(x) , wenn xER, f(x)ER. Das Symbol A: Xc E -+ F soll bedeuten, daß A die Menge Xc E nach F abbildet. 32 XIV Banachräume und Banachalgebren Wir stellen nun einige grundlegende Eigenschaften stetiger Abbildungen zusammen. Um sie einzusehen, braucht man nur die Beweise der entsprechenden "reellen Sätze" - wir geben sie an - durchzugehen und, falls überhaupt nötig, den einfachen Betragsstrich I durch den Normdoppelstrich 11 zu ersetzen. 4 über konvergente Folgen in normierten Räumen unentbehrlich.

3 über die Stetigkeit des Kompositums ergibt sich, locker formuliert, die folgende Aussage: Ersetzt man in der stetigen Funktion f(yl. , Yp) die Veränderlichen y" ... , YP durch stetige Funktionen g, (Xl. • , gp (Xl. , x q ), so ist die Funktion fegt (x" ... •. , gp (x" ... , x q » wieder stetig. Wir betrachten nun ganz speziell eine reellwertige Funktion f(x,)I) auf dem kompakten Rechteck Q:= [a, b] x [c, dj. Ist sie auf Q stetig, also auch gleichmäßig stetig, so gibt es gewiß zu jedem E > 0 ein ö > 0, so daß für alle JE [c, dj und alle If(xt.

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