Descriptive Topology and Functional Analysis: In Honour of by Juan Carlos Ferrando, Manuel López-Pellicer

By Juan Carlos Ferrando, Manuel López-Pellicer

Descriptive topology and useful research, with broad fabric demonstrating new connections among them, are the topic of the 1st portion of this paintings. functions to areas of continuing services, topological Abelian teams, linear topological equivalence and to the separable quotient challenge are integrated and are awarded as open difficulties. the second one part is dedicated to Banach areas, Banach algebras and operator idea. every one bankruptcy offers loads of useful and critical contemporary theorems with an summary discussing the cloth within the bankruptcy. each one bankruptcy can nearly be visible as a survey masking a specific region

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Descriptive Topology and Functional Analysis: In Honour of Jerzy Kakol's 60th Birthday

Descriptive topology and useful research, with vast fabric demonstrating new connections among them, are the topic of the 1st component of this paintings. purposes to areas of continuing capabilities, topological Abelian teams, linear topological equivalence and to the separable quotient challenge are integrated and are offered as open difficulties.

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