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The alternative Dunford-Pettis property on projective tensor products

Villanueva, Ignacio and Peralta Pereira, Antonio Miguel (2006) The alternative Dunford-Pettis property on projective tensor products. Mathematische Zeitschrift, 252 (4). pp. 883-897. ISSN 0025-5874

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Abstract

A Banach space X has the Dunford–Pettis property (DPP) if and only if whenever (xn) and (pn) are weakly null sequences in X and X*, respectively, we have pn(xn)→ 0. Freedman introduced a stricly weaker version of the DPP called the alternative Dunford–Pettis property (DP1). A Banach space X has the DP1 if whenever xn ! x weakly in X, with kxnk = kxk, and (xn) is weakly null in X*, we have that xn(xn)→ 0. The authors study the DP1 on projective tensor products of C*-algebras and JB*-triples. Their main result, Theorem 3.5, states that if X and Y are Banach spaces such that X
contains an isometric copy of c0 and Y contains an isometric copy of C[0, 1], then Xˆ_Y , the projective tensor product of X and Y , does not have the DP1. As a corollary, they get that if X and Y are JB*-triples such that X is not reflexive and Y contains `1, then Xˆ_Y does not have the DP1. Furthermore, if A and B are infinite-dimensional
C*-algebras, then Aˆ_B has the DPP if and only if Aˆ_B has the DP1 if and only if both A and B have the DPP and do not contain `1.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Randon-Nikodym property; JB*-triples; Jordan triples; Banach-spaces; Star-triples; Algebras
Subjects:Sciences > Mathematics > Mathematical analysis
ID Code:11675
Deposited On:02 Dec 2010 12:55
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