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A L-Topology of Banach space and Separability of Lipschitz dual space

Authors: Choe Ryong Gil

In this paper we have introduced a new topology and a convergence in Banach space, which would be called a L-topology and a L-convergence. It is similar to the weak topology and weak convergence, but there are some essential differences. For example, the L-topology is stronger than weak topology, but weaker than the strong one. On the basis of the notion, we have considered the problem on the separability and reflexibility of Lipschitz (Lip-) dual space. Furthermore, we have introduced a new topology of Lip-dual space, which is similar to the weak* (W*-) topology of linear dual of Banach space and would be called an L*-topology, and we have considered the problems on the metrizability of L*-topology and on the L*-separability of Lip-dual space, too.

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[v1] 2012-02-21 22:27:58

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