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Bombal Gordón, Fernando
(1988)
*On Pełczyński's property (V∗) in vector sequence spaces.*
Collectanea mathematica, 39
(2).
pp. 141-148.
ISSN 0010-0757

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## Abstract

Let E be a Banach space and A⊂E a (V∗) set, i.e. a (bounded) set such that for every weakly unconditionally converging series ∑x∗n in E∗ one has limnsupA|x∗n(x)|=0. The space E is said to possess the property (V∗) of Pełczyński if any (V∗) set in E is relatively weakly compact, and the weak property (V∗) if any (V∗) set is conditionally weakly compact. The main result of the paper is the following. Theorem 9: Let (En) be a sequence of Banach spaces, 1≤p<∞, and E=(∑⊕En)p. Then E has the property (V∗) [resp. the weak property (V∗)] if and only if so does any En.

The result is based upon the following characterizations of (V∗) sets in vector sequence spaces. Proposition 4: Let (En) be a sequence of Banach spaces and A⊂E=(∑⊕En)1 a bounded subset. The following assertions are equivalent: (a) A is a (V∗) set; (b) Πn(A)={xn:x=(xk)k∈A} is a (V∗) set in En, for every natural number n and lim supn→∞{∑∞k=n∥xk∥: x∈A}=0. Proposition 5: Let (En) be a sequence of Banach spaces and 1<p<∞ or p=0. For a bounded subset A⊂E=(∑⊕En)p, the following assertions are equivalent: (1) A is a (V∗) set; (b) Πn(A) is a (V∗) set in En, for every natural number n. Furthermore, well-known results about relatively (conditionally) weakly compact subsets of (∑⊕En)p are used in the proof of the main result.

Item Type: | Article |
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Uncontrolled Keywords: | Pelczynski's property. |

Subjects: | Sciences > Mathematics > Topology |

ID Code: | 19864 |

Deposited On: | 08 Feb 2013 09:31 |

Last Modified: | 06 Aug 2018 10:34 |

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