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TitleVector Lattices and Integral Operators [electronic resource] / edited by S. S. Kutateladze
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1996
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Descript IX, 462 p. online resource


The theory of vector lattices, stemming from the mid-thirties, is now at the stage where its main achievements are being summarized. The sweeping changes of the last two decades have changed its image completely. The range of its application was expanded and enriched so as to embrace diverse branches of the theory of functions, geometry of Banach spaces, operator theory, convex analysis, etc. Furthermore, the theory of vector lattices was impregnated with principally new tools and techniques from other sections of mathematics. These circumstances gave rise to a series of monoยญ graphs treating separate aspects of the theory and oriented to specialists. At the same time, the necessity of a book intended for a wider readership, reflecting the modern diretions of research became clear. The present book is meant to be an attempt at implementing this task. Although oriented to readers making their first acquaintance with vector-lattice theory, it is composed so that the main topics dealt with in the book reach the current level of research in the field, which is of interest and import for specialists. The monograph was conceived so as to be divisible into two parts that can be read independently of one another. The first part is mainly Chapter 1, devoted to the so-called Boolean-valued analysis of vector lattices. The term designates the applicaยญ tion of the theory of Boolean-valued models by D. Scott, R. Solovay and P


1. Nonstandard Theory of Vector Lattices -- 1. Vector Lattices -- 2. Boolean-Valued Models -- 3. Real Numbers in Booleanโ{128}{147}Valued Models -- 4. Boolean-Valued Analysis of Vector Lattices -- 5. Fragments of Positive Operators -- 6. Latticeโ{128}{147}Normed Spaces -- Comments -- References -- 2. Operator Classes Determined by Order Conditions -- 1. Ideal Spaces -- 2. The Space of Regular Operators -- 3. Spaces of Vector-Functions -- 4. Dominated Operators -- Comments -- References -- 3. Stably Dominated and Stably Regular Operators -- 1. pโ{128}{147}Absolutely Summing Operators -- 2. pโ{128}{147}Absolutely Summing Operators in Hilbert Space -- 3. Nuclear Operators -- 4. Stably Dominated Operators -- 5. Coincidence of Some Classes of Operators in the Scale of the Banach Spaces LP -- 6. Nikishinโ{128}{147}Maurey Factorization Theorems -- 7. Stably Regular Operators -- 8. Certain Operator Lattices -- 9. Operator Spaces and Local Unconditional Structure -- S. Supplement to Chapter 3 -- Comments -- References -- 4. Integral Operators -- 1. Basic Properties of Integral Operators -- 2. Integral Representation of Linear Operators -- 3. Applications of the Criterion for Integral Representability -- 4. Linear Operators and Vector Measures -- 5. Integral Representation of Nonlinear Operators -- 6. Algebraic Properties of Integral Operators -- 7. Universal Integral Operators and Operators with Integral Commutators -- Comments -- References -- S. Supplement to Chapter 4. Integral Operators of Convolution (V.D. Stepanov) -- References -- 5. Disjointness Preserving Operators -- 1. Prerequisites -- 2. Order Approximating Sets -- 3. Order Bounded Operators -- 4. The Shadow of an Operator -- 5. Orthomorphisms -- 6. Shift Operators -- 7. Weighted Shift Operator -- 8. Representation of Disjointness Preserving Operators -- 9. Interpretation for the Properties of Operators -- Comments -- References

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