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Stone-Weierstrass theorem for holomorphic functions?
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Stone-Weierstrass theorem for holomorphic functions?
Ah, I see. Maybe... |
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Stone-Weierstrass theorem for holomorphic functions?
Runge's theorem is about a concrete subalgebra $A$, the algebra of rational functions, but I am asking about an arbitrary subalgebra $A\subseteq{\mathcal O}(M)$. I don't know, maybe there were generalizations... |
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Categorical description of dense homomorphisms of topological algebras
@Zhen Lin: yes, but in this approach the question arises, what are closed subobjects from the categorical point of view? |
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asked | Categorical description of dense homomorphisms of topological algebras |
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Traces of operators in nuclear spaces
Ah, yes, thank you. |
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Traces of operators in nuclear spaces
Something is strange for me here... For a locally convex space $X$ let us denote by $X^{\mathbb N}$ and $X_{\mathbb N}$ the direct product and the locally convex sum of contable copies of $X$. Then I would think that $({\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N})'_{\beta}\otimes_{\pi}{\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N}=({\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N})_{\mathbb N}\ne({\mathbb R}_{\mathbb N})^{\mathbb N}=L_{\beta}({\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N})$. |
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Traces of operators in nuclear spaces
In the stereotype world, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype_space, this equality is not true: ${\mathbb R}_{\mathbb N}\circledast {\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N}\ne {\mathcal L}({\mathbb R}^{\mathbb N})$. |
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What are Reinert's reproaches to the Ricardo theory?
Your last example with scarcity and real numbers does not convince me, since I believe that there is nothing bad in discussing which phenomena should be reflected in the theory, but I agree that the question is too vague, that's not good. |
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What are Reinert's reproaches to the Ricardo theory?
Yes, I agree. If there is a possibility, I would prefer this question to be deleted. |
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