# Descriptive Topology and Functional Analysis: In Honour of by Juan Carlos Ferrando, Manuel López-Pellicer

By Juan Carlos Ferrando, Manuel López-Pellicer

Descriptive topology and sensible research, with huge fabric demonstrating new connections among them, are the topic of the 1st component to this paintings. functions to areas of constant features, topological Abelian teams, linear topological equivalence and to the separable quotient challenge are incorporated and are offered as open difficulties. the second one part is dedicated to Banach areas, Banach algebras and operator concept. each one bankruptcy provides loads of necessary and critical contemporary theorems with an summary discussing the fabric within the bankruptcy. every one bankruptcy can virtually be visible as a survey masking a selected quarter

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Rev. Roumaine Math. Pures Appl. : Garling algebras. Funct. Approx. Comment. Math. : Some remarks on Wiweger topology and generalization of inductive limit topology. Funct. Approx. Comment. Math. 5, 179–182 (1977) (46A15) (46M10) Chapter 2 Weak Barrelledness Versus P-spaces Stephen A. Saxon Abstract With Ferrando and Ka˛kol: X is a P-space if and only if every bounded sequence in C p (X ) is relatively compact, if and only if every pointwise eventually zero sequence in C p (X ) is summable. From these two extreme characterizations, already implicitly known, flow the better known ones.

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Math. Prace Mat. : Non-locally convex Baire-like, b-Baire-like spaces and spaces with generalized inductive limit topology. Rev. Roumaine Math. Pures Appl. : Garling algebras. Funct. Approx. Comment. Math. : Some remarks on Wiweger topology and generalization of inductive limit topology. Funct. Approx. Comment. Math. 5, 179–182 (1977) (46A15) (46M10) Chapter 2 Weak Barrelledness Versus P-spaces Stephen A. Saxon Abstract With Ferrando and Ka˛kol: X is a P-space if and only if every bounded sequence in C p (X ) is relatively compact, if and only if every pointwise eventually zero sequence in C p (X ) is summable.