On the existence of a fundamental total and bounded biorthogonal sequence in every separable Banach space, and related constructions of uniformly bounded orthonormal systems in L²

R. Ovsepian; A. Pełczyński

Studia Mathematica (1975)

  • Volume: 54, Issue: 2, page 149-159
  • ISSN: 0039-3223

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Ovsepian, R., and Pełczyński, A.. "On the existence of a fundamental total and bounded biorthogonal sequence in every separable Banach space, and related constructions of uniformly bounded orthonormal systems in L²." Studia Mathematica 54.2 (1975): 149-159. <http://eudml.org/doc/217975>.

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  5. Vladimír Müller, Wiesław Żelazko, B ( X ) is generated in strong operator topology by two of its elements
  6. S. Dilworth, Maria Girardi, W. Johnson, Geometry of Banach spaces and biorthogonal systems

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