Bornologies and Functional Analysis: Introductory course on the theory of duality topology-bornology and its use in functional analysis. Bornologies and functional analysis [electronic resource]: introductory course on the theory of duality topology-bornology and its use in functional analysis. : Bornologies and functional analysis, Volume Introductory course on the theory of duality topology-bornology and its use in functional.
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Bornologies and Functional Analysis. Bornological spaces were first studied by Mackey. Our Day return guarantee still applies. Suppose that we start with a vector space X and convex vector bornology B on X. Notas de matematica Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; no.
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A special order item has limited availability and the seller may source this bormologies from another supplier. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. Views Read Edit View history. In functional analysis, a bornological space is a locally convex topological vector space whose topology can be recovered from its bornology in a natural way.
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