4 edition of **Lattice structures on Banach spaces** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1993**
by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I
.

Written in English

- Banach lattices.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Nigel J. Kalton. |

Series | Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 493 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA3 .A57 no. 493, QA326 .A57 no. 493 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | vi, 92 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 92 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1393320M |

ISBN 10 | 0821825577 |

LC Control Number | 93000466 |

Book Description. Geometry and Martingales in Banach Spaces provides a compact exposition of the results explaining the interrelations existing between the metric geometry of Banach spaces and the theory of martingales, and general random vectors with values in those Banach spaces. Geometric concepts such as dentability, uniform smoothness, uniform convexity, Beck convexity, etc. turn out to. A ⊂ N, a Banach function space E is called a Banach sequenc e spac e. As usual, for every x ∈ L 0, supp x = { t ∈ T: x (t) =0 } is the support of x and χ A is a characteristic function.

In [4] a basic structure of positive semigroups defined on ordered Banach spaces is given. We refer the reader to [7,5,41], for more concrete examples of Markov semigroups associated with certain. The space C(X) of all continuous functions on a compact space X carries the structure of a normed vector space, an algebra and a lattice. On the one hand we study the relations between these structures and the topology of X, on the other hand we discuss a number of classical results according to which an algebra or a vector lattice can be represented as a C(X).

This is definitely a book that anyone interested in Banach space theory (or functional analysis) should have on his/her desk.” (Sophocles Mercourakis, Mathematical Reviews, Issue h) “This book is a German-style introduction to Banach s: 1. reﬂexive Banach space. F or more information o n rearrangement inv ariant spaces w e refer to books [11], [23] that a Banach lattice X is 1-DH if and only if X has the p ositive Schur.

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Book Description: The general problem addressed in this work is to characterize the possible Banach lattice structures that a separable Banach space may have. The basic questions of uniqueness of lattice structure for function spaces have been studied before, but here the approach uses random measure representations for operators in a new way to obtain more powerful conclusions.

Lattice Structures on Banach Spaces. Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society. ; 92 pp; MSC: Primary 46; Electronic ISBN: Product Code: MEMO//E. List Price: $ AMS Member Price: $ Isomorphic embeddings 79 References 89 fABSTRACT In the memoir [22], Johnson, Maurey, Schechtmann and Tzafriri initiated the study of the possible rearrangement-invariant lattice structures on an arbitrary Banach space.

Banach lattices and Köthe function spaces Positive operators The basic construction Lower estimates on P Reduction to the case of an atomic kernel Complemented subspaces of Banach lattices Strictly 2-concave and strictly 2-convex structures Uniqueness of lattice structure Isomorphic embeddings: Series.

Banach Space Banach Lattice Compact Hausdorff Space Lattice Homomorphism Closed Linear Span These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm : Peter Meyer-Nieberg.

In this case, it is possible to define an order and, consequently, a lattice structure for E in such a way that we can identify it as a Banach function space, at least regarding some local properties. In ordered Banach spaces, disjointness and related notions are introduced as well.

The analysis of these concepts revolves around embeddings of ordered vector spaces into vector lattice covers. Pre-Riesz spaces allow such an embedding, and every ordered Banach space. M‐constants were defined in by E. Lifshits, and used by many authors in the study of lattice structures on Banach spaces, as well as in the fixed point theory.

View Show abstract. As suggested by these consequences, such spaces are important in their own right and have a special name.

A norm complete Riesz space is called a Banach lattice. A Fréchet lattice is a completely metrizable locally solid Riesz space. De nition We say that an ordered space Xis a lattice if for any x;y2Xboth x^yand x_yexist.

Example The set of all subsets of a given set Xwith partial order de ned as inclusion is a lattice with Xbeing its greatest element. From now on, unless stated otherwise, any vector space Xis real. De nition The lattice geometric structure of the Banach function spaces regarding p-convexity and p-concavity inherited by the Banach spaces by means of our representation allows us to do this.

The link between the factorization of operators and the concrete representation of Banach function spaces and operators is a classical tool in Banach lattice theory. (,) becomes a Banach lattice with the pointwise order ≤:⇔ ∀ ∈: ≤ ().

Properties. The continuous dual space of a Banach lattice is equal to its order dual. See also. Banach space; Normed vector lattice; Riesz space.

The lattice geometric structure of the Banach function spaces regarding p-convexity and p-concavity inherited by the Banach spaces by means of our representation allows us to do this.

The link between the factorization of operators and the concrete representation of Banach function spaces and operators is a classical tool in Banach lattice theory (see, for example, [ 8, 9 ] and ([ 10 ], Chapter III.H)).Author: Lucia Agud, Jose Manuel Calabuig, Maria Aranzazu Juan, Enrique A.

Sánchez Pérez. spaces have unique structure as nonatomic Banach lattices. The general study of corresponding problems for nonatomic Banach lattices was, how. ever, initiated in the seminal work of Johnson. Destination page number Search scope Search Text. In particular, the free Banach lattice generated by a Banach space can be thought of as a generalization of the free Banach lattices of the form F B L (A).

In Sections 3 and 4 we discuss further properties of the free Banach lattice generated by a Banach space. S.J. Dilworth, in Handbook of the Geometry of Banach Spaces, 1 Introduction.

This article discusses certain Banach lattices of importance in analysis, particularly the Lorentz and Orlicz spaces. Special Banach lattices arise naturally in probability theory and in many areas of analysis: in interpolation theory, in Fourier analysis, and in functional analysis in the theory of absolutely summing.

In this paper we first show that if X is a Banach space and α is a left invariant crossnorm on l∞⊗X, then there is a Banach lattice L and an isometric embedding J of X into L, so that I ⊗ J becomes an isometry of l∞⊗αX onto l∞⊗m J(X).

Here I denotes the identity operator on l∞ and l∞⊗m J(X) the canonical lattice tensor product. This result is originally due to G. Pisier. Institutional Open Access Program (IOAP) Sciforum Preprints Scilit SciProfiles MDPI Books Encyclopedia MDPI Blog Follow MDPI LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Subscribe to receive issue release notifications and newsletters from MDPI journals.

ween Banach function spaces are the most important examples. All this did result in a thesis where we study the order structure on spaces of functions and measures with values in a Banach lattice. Along these lines we derive results about the ordering on spaces of operators.

Let us now look at the content of this thesis in some more detail. The. The Zero-Two Law.- Spectrum of Disjointness Preserving Operators.- 5 Structures in Banach Lattices.- Banach Space Properties of Banach Lattices.- Subspace Embeddings of cO.- The James Space J.- Banach Lattices with Property (u).- Complemented Subspaces of Banach Lattices.- Banach Lattices with Subspaces Isomorphic to C(?), C(0,l), and.A Handbook of Lattice Spacing and Structures of Metals and Alloys is a chapter handbook that describes the structures and lattice spacings of all binary and ternary alloys.

This book starts with an introduction to the accurate determination of structure and lattice spacings. The subsequent chapters deal with the role of structure.The so called Maurey-Rosenthal theorem on domination and factorization of operators through L p-spaces provides a large set of tools for the analysis of operators on Banach ially, this result provides, for a Banach lattice F of a particular class, an equivalence between the p-concavity of a Banach space valued operator T: F → E and the fact that it satisfies a pointwise integral.