3 edition of **Topics in Banach spaces of continuous functions** found in the catalog.

Topics in Banach spaces of continuous functions

A. J. Ellis

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Published
**1978**
by Macmillan in Delhi
.

Written in English

- Banach spaces.,
- Functions, Continuous.,
- Uniform algebras.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | A. J. Ellis. |

Series | ISI lecture notes ; no. 2, ISI lecture notes ;, no. 2. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA322.2 .E44 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 79 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 79 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4075162M |

LC Control Number | 79900270 |

That book also contains a sketch proof of the Mazurkiewicz-Sierpinski theorem; for a full account of that theorem I recommend Section 8 of Semadeni's classic book Banach spaces of continuous functions. If you want a different example, I think the James-tree space JT would do. If X and Y are Fréchet spaces, then the space L(X,Y) consisting of all continuous linear maps from X to Y is not a Fréchet space in any natural manner. This is a major difference between the theory of Banach spaces and that of Fréchet spaces and necessitates a different definition for continuous differentiability of functions defined on Fréchet spaces, the Gateaux derivative.

This manuscript provides a brief introduction to Real and (linear and nonlinear) Functional Analysis. There is also an accompanying text on Real Analysis.. MSC: , 46E30, 47H10, 47H11, 58Exx, 76D05 Keywords: Functional Analysis, Banach space, Hilbert space, Mapping degree, fixed-point theorems, differential equations, Navier-Stokes equation. Topics in Banach Space Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics Book ) - Kindle edition by Fernando Albiac, Nigel J. Kalton. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Topics in Banach Space Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics Book ).

It is mainly focused on the study of classical Lebesgue spaces L p, sequence spaces l p, and Banach spaces of continuous functions. There is a comprehensive bibliography ( items). The book is understandable and requires only a basic knowledge of functional analysis .Price: $ Banach algebras are Banach spaces equipped with a continuous multipli- tion. In roughterms,there arethree types ofthem:algebrasofboundedlinear operators on Banach spaces with composition and the operator norm, al- bras consisting of bounded continuous functions on topological spaces with pointwise product and the uniform norm, and algebrasof integrable functions on locally compact .

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