An isomorphism and isometry theorem for a class of linear functionals
Author:
William D. L. Appling
Journal:
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 199 (1974), 131140
MSC:
Primary 28A25
MathSciNet review:
0352385
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Abstract: Suppose is a set, is a field of subsets of and is the set of all realvalued, finitely additive functions defined on . Two principal notions are considered in this paper. The first of these is that of a subset of , defined by certain closure properties and called a set. The second is that of a collection of linear transformations from into with special boundedness properties. Given a set which is a linear space, an isometric isomorphism is established from the dual of onto the set of all elements of with range a subset of . As a corollary it is demonstrated that the abovementioned isomorphism and isometry theorem, together with a previous representation theorem of the author (J. London Math. Soc. 44 (1969), pp. 385396), imply an analogue of a dual representation theorem of Edwards and Wayment (Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 154 (1971), pp. 251265). Finally, a ``pseudorepresentation theorem'' for the dual of is demonstrated.
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DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/S00029947197403523851
PII:
S 00029947(1974)03523851
Keywords:
integral,
isomorphism,
isometry,
transformation representation
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