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### How does one prove that $L_1(\mu)$ is weakly sequentially complete for any measure?

It is a theorem of Steinhaus that for any finite measure $\mu$, the Banach space $L_1(\mu)$ is weakly sequentially complete. Using the Radon-Nikodym theorem one can extend this easily to ...
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### When is the bound in Riesz-Thorin Interpolation Theorem attained?

Let me recall the statement of Riesz-Thorin theorem (see also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riesz%E2%80%93Thorin_theorem). Theorem (Riesz-Thorin): Let $(X,\mu)$ and $(Y,\nu)$ be $\sigma$-finite ...
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### two concepts of positivity for elements of $C(X)$ when $X$ is hyper-stonean

Suppose that $X$ is a compact space. Let $M(X)=C(X)^*$ denote the Banach space of regular measures. Is the following statement true: $F:M(X)\to\mathbb{C}$ is a positive functional if and only if the ...
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### When does $\ell_1(\Gamma)$ embed into $L_1(\mu)$?

Suppose we are given an uncountable set $\Gamma$ and a measure space $(\Omega, \mathcal{F}, \mu)$. I would like to know when the Banach space $\ell_1(\Gamma)$ embeds into $L_1(\mu)$. Of course, this ...
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### Cameron Martin space

I have seen two definitions of Cameron Martin space of a Gaussian measure $\nu$ on a Banach space (say $W$) and am unable to establish their equivalence. Any help would be appreciated. 1) It is the ...
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### Is the set of the absolutely continuous functions a Borel set of the space of the continuous functions?

Does anyone knows whether the set of the absolutely continous functions $F :[0,1]\to \mathbb{R}^d$ of the form $$F(t)= a + \int_0^tf(s) ds$$ where $f$ is an integrable function is a Borel set of the ...
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### Uniform closure of subspaces of Baire class 1

Describe a uniformly closed linear subspace $A \subset C([0,1])$ such that the space $B_1(A)$ is not uniformly complete. Here $B_1(A)$ is the set of all bounded functions $f$ which are pointwise ...
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### A natural center of a convex weakly compact set in Banach space

Question: Let $S$ be a convex weakly compact set in Banach space $H$. Propose a natural way to define the unique center $O \in S$. Motivation: A lot! For example, in game theory $S$ can be a set of ...
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### What is the Dunford Integral and why is it useful?

Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pettis_integral defines the Pettis Integral for Banach space valued functions wrt to some measure space by duality. It calls the Pettis & Bochner integral ...
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### Extending Continuous Sublinear maps on dense subsets of a Banach space

Suppose X' and Y are Banach spaces and X is a linear subspace dense in X'. Let T be a continuous map of X to Y satisfying: (1) ||T(x+y)|| is less than or equal to ||T(x)||+||T(y)||. Please prove ...
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### Sigma-algebras on Banach Spaces.

I am very interested in counterexamples when cylindrical sigma-algebra is not equal to the borel. I read link text and link text. Especially interessted in l-infinity space. I've read Talgat and ...
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### Baire Category Theorem Application

In Antoine Henrot Michel Pierre - Variation et optimisation de formes, Une analyse geometrique, a book I'm studying I found an interesting problem. The problem is listed below. The first 3 points of ...
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### If $H$ is a separable Hilbert space, is its dual dense in $L^2(H)$?

Let $H$ be an infinite-dimensional, separable Hilbert space, and let $\gamma$ be a Radon probability measure on $H$ with mean zero and covariance operator the identity $I$. Let $H^*$ denote the space ...
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### If $H$ is a separable Hilbert space, is $L^2(H)$ separable?

Let $H$ be a separable Hilbert space, and let $\gamma$ be a Radon probability measure on $H$ with mean zero and covariance operator the identity $I$. Is the Hilbert space $L^2(H,\gamma)$ separable?
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### Cyl(E) = Borel(E) for E non-reflexive Grothendieck Banach space

This is sort of a follow-up to Borel(X) = \sigma(X') for X non-separable PROBLEM: Given a Banach space $E$ over $\mathbb{K} \in \{\mathbb{C}, \mathbb{R}\}$ that has the Grothendieck property. ...
### What is the tensor product of $L^p(\bf R)$ with $L^q(\bf R)$?
I'm wondering: What is the tensor product of $L^p({\bf R})$ with $L^q({\bf R})$? (For p=q=2, the answer clearly should be $L^2({\bf R}^2)$; for other values of $p$ and $q$, it is not at all obvious ...