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Apr
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comment On the second dual of $C[0,1]$
Also, please note that Mauldin's result holds under the Continuum Hypothesis.
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Mar
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Mar
31
answered Do non-stable Banach spaces exist?
Mar
21
revised A Banach space with the BD property and without the weak Gelfand-Phillips property
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Mar
19
comment Classification of subsymmetric basic sequences
Cross-posted at MSe: math.stackexchange.com/questions/1699572/…
Mar
17
comment Structure of chain of duals in functional analysis
Even $X$ and $X^*$ may be isomorphic. Take $X=J\oplus J^*$ where $J$ is the James space.
Mar
16
revised Separable von Neumann algebra
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Mar
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answered Separable von Neumann algebra
Mar
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comment Banach-Stone Theorem in Lipschitz-free spaces
Thank you for this update. I will have a closer look at Godard's paper.
Mar
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Mar
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answered Decomposable Banach Spaces
Mar
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comment Completion of spaces of measures w.r.t. weak norms
@Dirk, I am not an expert but it is mainly used to metrise the weak convergence of probability measures. I am not sure if they care about the completion.
Mar
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comment Completion of spaces of measures w.r.t. weak norms
Let me point out that people working in the theory of Markov processes in Polish spaces call this the Fortet--Mourier norm on the space of measures.
Feb
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revised Second duals of Grothendieck spaces
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Feb
21
revised Weak* extreme points
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Feb
21
answered Weak* extreme points
Feb
20
revised Complemented subspaces in the dual of James' space $J$
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Feb
19
revised Complemented subspaces in the dual of James' space $J$
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