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accepted Relative interior and dense subsets
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comment Relative interior and dense subsets
@Kallus: you want to give this as an answer?
Nov
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comment Relative interior and dense subsets
But your second argument seems to be plausible...
Nov
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comment Relative interior and dense subsets
I think you are mixing up interior with relative interior. The relative interior of a non-empty convex set is always nonempty!!!
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asked Relative interior and dense subsets
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
What do you mean by universal property?Can you specify a bit more what you mean by compatibility in the first part?
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accepted Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
This is really beautiful!The only thing I have still to think about is the existence of such a sequence $(\mathbb P_n){n\in\mathbb N}$...
May
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
@Davide : Does a weka*-compact substet necessarily have to be totally ordered?
May
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
@George Lowther : do you have a proof for this? So the answer given by Davide Giraudo is not true when the maps $Z$ are bounded?
May
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
@Gerald Edgar: "...the usual way to define it is to use continuous $Z$." Maybe you realized that we are working on measurable spaces and there is no notion of continuity...
May
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comment Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
I forgot boundedness! sorry
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revised Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
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asked Existence of dominating measure for weak*-compact set of measures
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comment When is a sequentially closed cone, closed?
But if you assume that the space is bornological, than this will surely impose some restriction on the seminorms which generate the topology, since not any locally convex space is bornological, but the topology of any locally convex space can be generated by some seminorms...
Feb
14
comment When is a sequentially closed cone, closed?
If you can write down the seminorms "explicitely", what condotions do you have to impose in order that thes space is bornologic? Maybe my question is not well defined...