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By Vladimir Kadets

The gorgeous Riemann theorem states sequence can switch its sum after permutation of the phrases. Many magnificent mathematicians, between them P. Levy, E. Steinitz and J. Marcinkiewicz thought of such results for sequence in numerous areas. In 1988, the authors released the e-book Rearrangements of sequence in Banach areas. curiosity within the topic has surged when you consider that then. some time past few years some of the difficulties defined in that booklet - difficulties which had challenged mathematicians for many years - have meanwhile been solved. This replaced the entire photo considerably. within the current ebook, the modern state of affairs from the classical theorems as much as new primary effects, together with these chanced on via the authors, is gifted. entire proofs are given for all non-standard evidence. The textual content includes many routines and unsolved difficulties in addition to an appendix concerning the related difficulties in vector-valued Riemann integration. The ebook could be of use to graduate scholars and mathe- maticians drawn to sensible research.

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We claim that (4) holds. ~~~eed, denote by A [resp. BJ the set of indices i for which = 1 [resp. = -1 J, anrlputAk::An{l, ... ,k}, Bk = Bn{l, ... ,k}, B~ = {l, ... ,n} \Bk. =! EA. Consequently, 'EB. ~ lit. ,i' I +~ II~ "'i,11 ~ max {T~ Ili~. ,(i) ~ , rna> {T~ Ili~' X',i, II· T~ i~: X',i, } (5) §3. PECHERSKJI'S THEOR EM 27 (to obtain the last equality we used the condition L~;I Xi == 0). Since we have the inclusions Al C A2 C .. , C An C B~ C ~_I C ... hat which in turn yields the needed inequality (4).

It is possible to introduce the quarttities Mp == (E IIE~=l TiXdIP)l/P for Xi belonging to an arbitrary normed space (an not only for Xi E R). The surprizing inequality of Kahane (see [99]) shows that in this case the p-mean values Mp with different p's are also equivalent. 1. A normed space X is said to have type p with constant C if, for any finite set {xi}i=1 of elements of X the following inequality holds: By the triangle inequality, any space has type p == 1. Hence, of interest are only the spaces of type p > i.

Then there exist a sequence {Xi}:~:~+1 of finite subsets of the space X, 1 = no < n1 < n2 < ... , for which nk+1 2: IIxdl r ~ 1, i=nk+ 1 The series E:l Xi formed by these elements converges unconditionally, but E:l IIXilir == 00. Thus, negation of (B) implies negation of (A), which is equivalent to (A) :} (B). Now let us show that (B) ~ (A). Suppose there exists an unconditionally convergent series E:l Xi for which L:l IIxdl r = 00. , max{ t lIaixill: ai = ±1, m,n E N} ~ C< 00. i=m+l On the other hand, from the fact that L:1 IIxillr == a sequence of segments of the series such that 00 it follows that there exists nl L IIxdl r --+ 00, 1 ~ ml < nl < m2 < n2 < ....