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By N. J. Kalton, N. T. Peck, J. W. Roberts

This booklet offers a concept encouraged by means of the areas LP, zero ≤ p < l. those areas aren't in the neighborhood convex, so the tools often encountered in linear research (particularly the Hahn-Banach theorem) don't follow right here. questions about the scale of the twin area are in particular very important within the non-locally convex surroundings, and are a important topic. numerous of the classical difficulties within the region were settled within the final decade, and a couple of their strategies are offered the following. The booklet starts with concrete examples (lp, LP, L0, HP) earlier than happening to common effects and significant counterexamples. An F-space sampler could be of curiosity to investigate mathematicians and graduate scholars in sensible research.

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