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This book is the result of a meeting on Topology and Functional Analysis, and is dedicated to Professor Manuel López-Pellicer's mathematical research. Covering topics in descriptive topology and functional analysis, including topological groups and Banach space theory, fuzzy topology, differentiability and renorming, tensor products of Banach spaces and aspects of Cp-theory, this volume is particularly useful to young researchers wanting to learn about the latest developments in these areas.


Juan Carlos Ferrando (JCF) earned his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Valencia in 1987, under Prof. Manuel López-Pellicer. He is currently a Professor at the Department of Statistics, Mathematics and Informatics at the Miguel Hernández University (MHU) of Elche (Spain), and a member of the Operations Research Center Institute of the MHU. Professor Ferrando has published more than 100 papers in peer-reviewed national and international journals and proceedings, mainly on functional analysis and descriptive topology, is co-author of a research book on metrizable barrelled spaces and co-editor of the proceedings volume on descriptive topology and functional analysis I, published by Springer. He has delivered a number of invited talks at national and international conferences.


1 J. C. Ferrando, On the mathematical work of professor Manuel López-Pellicer.- 2 G. Acosta and M. Sanchis, A Note On Nonautonomous Discrete Dynamical Systems.- 3 A. A. Albanese et al., Linear operators on the (LB)-sequence spaces ces(p­),1 < p = 8.- 4 M. J. Chasco and X. Domínguez, Equicontinuity of arcs in the pointwise dual of a topological abelian group.- 5 X. Domínguez et al., On ultrabarrelled spaces, their group analogues and Baire spaces.- 6 M.V. Ferrer and S. Hernández, Subdirect products of finite abelian groups.- 7 S. Gabriyelyan, Maximally almost periodic groups and respecting properties.- 8 V. Gregori and A. Sapena, Forty years of fuzzy metrics.- 9 A. J. Guirao et al., Differentiability and norming subspaces.- 10 J. Kakol, Separable (and metrizable) infinite dimensional quotients of Cp(X) and Cc(X) spaces.- 11 J. A. López Molina, Multiple tensor norms of Michor's type and associated operator ideals.- 12 A. Moltó, On compacta K for which C(K) has some good renorming properties.- 13 G. Mora, A fixed point theory linked to the zeros of the partial sums of the Riemann zeta function.- 14 M. Muñoz-Guillermo, On Lindelöf S-spaces.- 15 M. J. Rivera, Some extensions of the class of L p-spaces.


Titel: Descriptive Topology and Functional Analysis II
Untertitel: In Honour of Manuel López-Pellicer Mathematical Work, Elche, Spain, June 7-8, 2018
EAN: 9783030173760
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Grundlagen
Anzahl Seiten: 298
Veröffentlichung: 02.06.2019
Dateigrösse: 4.4 MB

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