Riesz Spaces II - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444866264, 9780080960180

Riesz Spaces II, Volume 30

1st Edition

Authors: A.C. Zaanen
eBook ISBN: 9780080960180
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st May 1983
Page Count: 719
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Table of Contents

  1. Prime Ideal Extension. 12. Order Bounded Operators. 13. Kernel Operators. 14. Normed Riesz Spaces. 15. Order Continuous Norms. 16. Embedding in Biduals. 17. Abstract Lp Spaces. 18. Compact Operators. 19. Orlicz Spaces and Irreducible Operators. 20. Orthomorphisms and f-Algebras. Bibliography. Subject Index.

Description

While Volume I (by W.A.J. Luxemburg and A.C. Zaanen, NHML Volume 1, 1971) is devoted to the algebraic aspects of the theory, this volume emphasizes the analytical theory of Riesz spaces and operators between these spaces. Though the numbering of chapters continues on from the first volume, this does not imply that everything covered in Volume I is required for this volume, however the two volumes are to some extent complementary.


Details

No. of pages:
719
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1983
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780080960180

Reviews

@qu:...the book will not only serve the specialist as a valuable reference, but will also provide ready access to the key ideas of the theory for the interested non-specialist and for the student... a very substantial contribution to the subject. @source:Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society


About the Authors

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