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AuthorLin, Pei-Kee. author
TitleKรถthe-Bochner Function Spaces [electronic resource] / by Pei-Kee Lin
ImprintBoston, MA : Birkhรคuser Boston : Imprint: Birkhรคuser, 2004
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-0-8176-8188-3
Descript XIII, 370 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This monograph isdevoted to a special area ofBanach space theory-the Kotheยญ Bochner function space. Two typical questions in this area are: Question 1. Let E be a Kothe function space and X a Banach space. Does the Kothe-Bochner function space E(X) have the Dunford-Pettis property if both E and X have the same property? If the answer is negative, can we find some extra conditions on E and (or) X such that E(X) has the Dunford-Pettis property? Question 2. Let 1̃ p̃ 00, E a Kothe function space, and X a Banach space. Does either E or X contain an lp-sequence ifthe Kothe-Bochner function space E(X) has an lp-sequence? To solve the above two questions will not only give us a better understanding of the structure of the Kothe-Bochner function spaces but it will also develop some useful techniques that can be applied to other fields, such as harmonic analysis, probability theory, and operator theory. Let us outline the contents of the book. In the first two chapters we provide some some basic results forthose students who do not have any background in Banach space theory. We present proofs of Rosenthal's l1-theorem, James's theorem (when X is separable), Kolmos's theorem, N. Randrianantoanina's theorem that property (V*) is a separably determined property, and Odell-Schlumprecht's theorem that every separable reflexive Banach space has an equivalent 2R norm


CONTENT

1 Classical Theorems -- 1.1 Preliminaries -- 1.2 Basic Sequences -- 1.3 Banach Spaces Containing l1 or c0 -- 1.4 Jamesโ{128}{153}s Theorem -- 1.5 Continuous Function Spaces -- 1.6 The Dunford-Pettis Property -- 1.7 The Pe?czynski Property (V*) -- 1.8 Tensor Products of Banach Spaces -- 1.9 Conditional Expectation and Martingales -- 1.10 Notes and Remarks -- 1.11 References -- 2 Convexity and Smoothness -- 2.1 Strict Convexity and Uniform Convexity -- 2.2 Smoothness -- 2.3 Banach-Saks Property -- 2.4 Notes and Remarks -- 2.5 References -- 3 Kรถthe-Bochner Function Spaces -- 3.1 Kรถthe Function Spaces -- 3.2 Strongly and Scalarly Measurable Functions -- 3.3 Vector Measure -- 3.4 Some Basic Results -- 3.5 Dunford-Pettis Operators -- 3.6 The Radon-Nikodรฝm Property -- 3.7 Notes and Remarks -- 3.8 References -- 4 Stability Properties I -- 4.1 Extreme Points and Smooth Points -- 4.2 Strongly Extreme and Denting Points -- 4.3 Strongly and w*-Strongly Exposed Points -- 4.4 Notes and Remarks -- 4.5 References -- 5 Stability Properties II -- 5.1 Copies of c0 in E(X) -- 5.2 The Dรญaz-Kalton Theorem -- 5.3 Talagrandโ{128}{153}s L1(X)-Theorem -- 5.4 Property (V*) -- 5.5 The Talagrand Spaces -- 5.6 The Banach-Saks Property -- 5.7 Notes and Remarks -- 5.8 References -- 6 Continuous Function Spaces -- 6.1 Vector-Valued Continuous Functions -- 6.2 The Dieudonnรฉ Property in C(K, X) -- 6.3 The Hereditary Dunford-Pettis Property -- 6.4 Projective Tensor Products -- 6.5 Notes and Remarks -- 6.6 References


Mathematics Mathematical analysis Analysis (Mathematics) Harmonic analysis Functional analysis Operator theory Functions of real variables Probabilities Mathematics Functional Analysis Analysis Abstract Harmonic Analysis Operator Theory Real Functions Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes



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