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Content available remote A Kneser-type theorem for an integral equation in locally convex spaces
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We shall give suffcient conditions for the existence of solutions of the integral equation (1) in locally convex spaces. We also prove that the set of these solutions is a continuum.
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According to Mickael's selection theorem any surjective continuous linear operator from one Prechet space onto another has a continuous (not necessarily linear) right inverse. Using this theorem Herzog and Lemmert proved that if E is a Frechet space and T : E -> E is a continuous linear operator such that the Cauchy problem x = T x, x(0) = X0 is solvable in [0,1] for any X06 E, then for anyf zawiera się C([0, 1],E), there exists a continues map S : [0,1] x E -> E, (t x) ->o StX such that for any X0 zawiera się w E, the function x(t) = StX0 is a solution of the Cauchy problem x(t) = Tx(t) +- f(t), x(0) = X0 (they call S a fundamental system of solutions of the equation x = Tx + f). We prove the same theorem, replacing "continuous" by "sequentially continuous" for locally convex spaces from a class which contains strict inductive limits of Frechet spaces and strong duals of Frechet-Schwarz spaces and is closed with respect to finite products and sequentially closed subspaces. The key-point of the proof is an extension of the theorem on existence of a sequentially continuous right inverse of any surjective sequentially continuous linear operator to some class of non-metrizable locally convex spaces.
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Content available remote Fourier analysis on locally convex spaces of distributions, II
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This is the second in a series of papers, extending the theory of Fourier analysis to locally convex spaces of distributions (LCD-spaces). In this paper, LCD-spaces admitting conjugation and multiplier operators on LCD-spaces are discussed. It is also shown that if E is an LCD-space having C°° as a dense subset, then E*, endowed with the topology of precompact convergence, is an LCD-space having C°° as a dense subset.
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Content available remote Fourier analysis on locally convex spaces of distributions, I
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In this series of papers, many results of Fourier analysis which are known for Lp (1 < p < oo) , C (the space of continuous functions) and other Banach spaces of functions have been generalized to locally convex spaces of distributions. Also, in this paper, the (C, 1)-complementary space E' of a locally convex space of distributions E is defined and it is shown that E' , as a subspace of E* with strong* topology, is a locally convex space of distributions.
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It is proved that there exist common fixed points for monotone operators in locally convex spaces with a cone.
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