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Smoothness and renormings in Banach spaces

R. Deville

Smoothness and renormings in Banach spaces

by R. Deville

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Published by Longman Scientific & Technical, Wiley in Harlow, Essex, England, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Normed linear spaces.,
  • Convex sets.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRobert Deville, Gilles Godefroy, and Vaclav Zizler.
    SeriesPitman monograph and surveys in pure and applied mathematics,, 64
    ContributionsGodefroy, Gilles., Zizler, Vaclav.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA322.2 .D48 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination376 p. ;
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1703627M
    LC Control Number92004763

    Banach spaces Prove that a normed space is a Banach space (i.e., complete) if and only if every absolutely convergent series is convergent. ￿ Definition An injection f ∶X ￿Y (i.e., one-to-one) between two normed spaces X and Y is called an norm-preserving if. Purchase Banach Spaces, Volume 1 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

    Properties. Every uniformly smooth Banach space is reflexive.; A Banach space is uniformly smooth if and only if its continuous dual ∗ is uniformly convex (and vice versa, via reflexivity). The moduli of convexity and smoothness are linked by ∗ = {/ − (): ∈ [,]}, ≥, and the maximal convex function majorated by the modulus of convexity δ X is given by ~ = {/ − ∗ (): ≥}. We prove that in every separable Banach space X with a Schauder basis and a C k-smooth norm it is possible to approximate, uniformly on bounded sets, every equivalent norm with a C k-smooth one in a way that the approximation is improving as fast as we wish on the elements depending only on the tail of the Schauder basis.. Our result solves a problem from the recent monograph Author: Petr Hájek, Tommaso Russo.

    Differentiability and Norming Subspaces A. J. Guirao1, A. Lissitsin1;2, and V. Montesinos1 1Instituto de Matemática Pura y Aplicada, Universitat Politécnica de Valencia, Spain, 2 University of Tartu, Estonia Banach Spaces and their Applications, June 26–29, Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Prof. A. M. Plichko. Introduction to Banach Spaces 1. Uniform and Absolute Convergence As a preparation we begin by reviewing some familiar properties of Cauchy sequences and uniform limits in the setting of metric spaces. Definition A metric space is a pair (X;ˆ), where Xis a set and ˆis a real-valued function on X Xwhich satis es that, for any x, y, z2X.


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Deville, G. Godefroy, and V. Zizler. QA D48 Sequences and series in Banach spaces / Joseph Diestel. Buy Smoothness & Renormings in Banach Spaces (CHAPMAN AND HALL /CRC MONOGRAPHS AND SURVEYS IN PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthors: Robert Deville, Vaclav Zizler, Gilles Godefroy.

Smooth Analysis in Banach Spaces. Series: renormings and structure of Banach spaces; Aims and Scope. This bookis aboutthe subject of higher smoothness in separable real Banach brings together several angles of view on polynomials, both in finite and infinite a rather thorough and systematic view of the more recent.

This is a short survey on some recent as well as classical results and open problems in smoothness and renormings of Banach spaces. Applications in. Then we present Godun renorming theorem for the class of nonreflexive Banach spaces, and Morris renorming result—with a new proof—on separable.

Here are the main general results about Banach spaces that go back to the time of Banach's book (Banach ()) and are related to the Baire category theorem. According to this theorem, a complete metric space (such as a Banach space, a Fréchet space or an F-space) cannot be equal to a union of countably many closed subsets with empty interiors.

convexity, smoothness and renormings Theorem 2. Let X be a Banach space. The following assertions are equi-valent: (i) X is rotund. (ii) If C is a closed convex subset of SX such that BXnC is convex, then C is a face of BX.

On the other hand, smoothness techniques can. Get this from a library. Frechet Differentiability of Lipschitz Functions and Porous Sets in Banach Spaces. [Joram Lindenstrauss; David Preiss; Jaroslav Tišer] -- This book makes a significant inroad into the unexpectedly difficult question of existence of Fréchet derivatives of Lipschitz maps of Banach spaces into higher dimensional spaces.

Abstract. In this chapter we study separable Asplund spaces, i.e., Banach spaces with a separable dual space. These spaces admit many equivalent characterizations, in particular by means of C 1-smooth renormings and differentiability properties of convex d spaces also play an important role in : Marián Fabian, Petr Habala, Petr Hájek, Vicente Montesinos, Václav Zizler.

Chapter of book. E admits an equivalent LUR norm i E w has a ˙-slicely (). An excellent monograph of renorming theory up to is: [Deville, Godefroy, Zizler] Smoothness and renormings in Banach spaces, Pitman Monographs and Surveys in Pure and Applied Mathematics. JERZY KA˘KOL Two Selected Topics on the weak topology of Banach spaces.

Vaclav Zizler, Ph.D., (born 8 March ), is a Czech mathematics professor specializing in Banach space theory and non-linear spaces. As ofDr. Zizler holds the position of Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, ly he was at the Mathematical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences where he was Head of Research.

Abstract. In this chapter we study superreflexive Banach spaces. These spaces admit many characterizations by means of equivalent renormings, local properties, uniform smoothness, and dentability properties.

This bookis aboutthe subject of higher smoothness in separable real Banach brings together several angles of view on polynomials, both in finite and infinite a rather thorough and systematic view of the more recent results, and the authors work is given.

The book revolves around two main broad questions: What is the best smoothness of a given Banach. A friendly introduction into geometry of Banach spaces. An Introduction to Banach Space Theory Graduate Texts in Mathematics. Robert E. Megginson. A more academic, but still very basic exposition.

Topics in Banach space theory. Albiac, N. Kalton. Though this is still a textbook, it contains a lot. Mostly for future Banach space specialists. For background on smoothness and renormings in Banach spaces, including an account of Asplund spaces, we refer the reader to [1]. In particular, an account is given there of the connection between smooth approximability of continuous func-tions and the existence of smooth partitions of unity.

Following what seems to be. This book is about the subject of higher smoothness in separable real Banach spaces. It brings together several angles of view on polynomials, both in finite and infinite setting. Also a rather thorough and systematic view of the more recent results, and the authors work is given.Functional Analysis And Infinite-Dimensional Geometry Mari´an Fabian2 Petr Habala13 Petr H´ajek12 of Banach spaces related to smoothness and topology.

This part of the book renormings of Banach spaces, J. Funct. Anal. (), –File Size: KB.An Introduction to Banach Space Theory Robert E. Megginson Graduate Texts in Mathematics Springer-Verlag New York, Inc. October, Acknowledgment: I wish to express my gratitude to Allen Bryant, who worked through the initial part of Chapter 2 while a graduate student at Eastern Illinois University and caught several errors that were corrected before this book .