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Banach spaces of vector-valued functions

by Pilar Cembranos

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banach spaces,
  • Vector valued functions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [111]-116) and index.

    StatementPilar Cembranos, José Mendoza.
    SeriesLecture notes in mathematics,, 1676, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ;, 1676.
    ContributionsMendoza, José, 1957-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .L28 no. 1676, QA322.2 .L28 no. 1676
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 118 p. ;
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL691972M
    ISBN 103540637451
    LC Control Number97039141

    In his foundational treatise, Banach showed that every linear isometry on the space of continuous functions on a compact metric space must transform a continuous function x into a continuous function y satisfying y (t) = h (t)x (p (t)), where p is a homeomorphism and |h| is identically one. $\begingroup$ The most direct generalization of the Lebesgue integral for Banach spaces is the Bochner integral. For non-separable Banach spaces, you will run into the problem that not all measurable functions are the limit of simple functions, so that will be an important difference. $\endgroup$ – Michael Greinecker ♦ Mar 24 '13 at

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It presents a great number of results, methods and techniques, which are useful for any researcher in Banach spaces and, in general, in Functional Analysis. This book is written at a graduate student level, assuming the basics in Banach space theory.

It presents a great number of results, methods and techniques, which are useful for any researcher in Banach spaces and, in general, in Functional Analysis. This book is written at a graduate student level, assuming the basics in Banach space by: A continuation of the authors’ previous book, Isometries on Banach Spaces: Vector-valued Function Spaces and Operator Spaces, Volume Two covers much of the work that has been done on characterizing isometries on various Banach spaces.

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A continuation of the authors' previous book, Isometries on Banach Spaces: Vector-valued Function Spaces and Operator Spaces, Volume Two covers much of the work that has been done on characterizing isometries on various Banach spaces.

Picking up where the first volume left off, the book begins with a chapter on the Banach-Stone property. A continuation of the authors' previous book, Isometries on Banach Spaces: Vector-valued Function Spaces and Operator Spaces, Volume Two covers much of the work that has been done on characterizing isometries on various Banach spaces.

Picking up where the first volume left off, the book begins with a chapter on the Banach-Stone by: 3. Sobolev space consisting of all vector-valued L1-functions that are once weakly dif-ferentiable { then the variation of constants formula indeed produces a classical Banach spaces of vector-valued functions book.

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Rather than looking at. Analysis in Banach Spaces: Volume I: Martingales and Littlewood-Paley Theory Tuomas Hytönen, Jan van Neerven, Mark Veraar, Lutz Weis (auth.) The present volume develops the theory of integration in Banach spaces, martingales and UMD spaces, and culminates in a treatment of the Hilbert transform, Littlewood-Paley theory and the vector.

A continuation of the authors’ previous book, Isometries on Banach Spaces: Vector-valued Function Spaces and Operator Spaces, Volume Two covers much of the work that has been done on characterizing isometries on various Banach spaces.

Picking up where the first volume left off, the book begins with a chapter on the Banach–Stone by: 3. For vector valued functions there are two main version of derivatives: Gâteaux (or weak) derivatives and Fréchet (or strong) derivatives.

For a function f from a Banach space X into a Banach space Y the Gâteaux derivative at a point x0 2X is by definition a bounded linear operator T: X.

Y so that for every u 2X, lim t!0 f(x0 + tu) f(x0) t. The book is intended to be used with graduate courses in Banach space theory, so the prerequisites are a background in functional, complex and real analysis.

As the only introduction to the modern theory it will be an essential companion for professional mathematicians working in the subject, or interested in applying it to other areas of by: Throughout, let Ebe a complex Banach space.

A function f: Rd →Xis called simple, if there are N∈N, A n ∈B d and x n ∈Efor n= 1,N such that f= XN n=1 1 An x n. Observe that simple functions are measurable. We start with the integral oversimplefunctions. Definition F Let f= P N n=1 1 An x n be a simple function with |A n|File Size: KB.

This book is the first to be devoted to the theory of vector-valued functions with one variable. This theory is one of the fundamental tools employed in modern physics, the spectral theory of operators, approximation of analytic operators, analytic mappings between vectors, and vector-valued functions of several variables.

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we wish to extend these ideas to p) Now inappings defined on Q but with values in Banach space X. Get this from a library. Banach spaces of vector-valued functions. [Pilar Cembranos; José Mendoza] -- Aims to answer the question of when the Lebesgue-Bochner function spaces contain a copy or a complemented copy of any of the classical sequence spaces.

A number of. D. Burkholder, A geometric condition that implies the existence of certain singular integrals of Banach-space-valued functions, Conference on Harmonic Analysis in Honor of Antoni Zygmund, University of Chicago,Wadsworth International Cited by: A continuation of the authors' previous book, Isometries on Banach Spaces: Vector-valued Function Spaces and Operator Spaces, Volume Two covers much of the work that has been done on characterizing isometries on various Banach spaces.

Picking up where the first volume left off, the book begins with a chapter on the Banach-Stone property. The authors consider the case where the.

Non-Banach limits Ck(R), C1(R) of Banach spaces Ck[a;b] For a non-compact topological space such as R, the space Co(R) of continuous functions is not a Banach space with sup norm, because the sup of the absolute value of a continuous function may be +1.

But, Co(R) has a Fr echet-space structure: express R as a countable union of compact File Size: KB. Banach spaces Definitions and examples We start by defining what a Banach space is: Definition A Banach space is a complete, normed, vector space.

Comment Completeness is a metric space concept. In a normed space the metric is d(x,y)=￿x−y￿. Note that this metric satisfies the following “special" properties. Banach Spaces VI: Vector-Valued Calculus Notions Notes from the Functional Analysis Course (Fall 07 - Spring 08) In this section we discuss the extension of several well known results from Calculus to functions that take values in a Banach space.

Specifically, we consider functions f: D→ Y.1 Integration in Banach spaces When integrating a continuous function f: [a,b] → E, where E is a Banach space, it usually suffices to use the Riemann integral.

We shall be concerned frequently with E-valued functions defined on some abstract measure space (typically, a probability space), and in this context the notions of continuityFile Size: KB.“The book can be used not only as a reference book but also as a basis for advanced courses in vector-valued analysis and geometry of Banach spaces.

This monograph can be studied for different motivations, it clearly goes straight to the core and introduces only those concepts that will be needed later on, but makes detailed proofs, so it can.