### Fréchet Schwartz spaces and approximation properties.

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We exhibit examples of countable injective inductive limits E of Banach spaces with compact linking maps (i.e. (DFS)-spaces) such that $E{\otimes}_{\epsilon}X$ is not an inductive limit of normed spaces for some Banach space X. This solves in the negative open questions of Bierstedt, Meise and Hollstein. As a consequence we obtain Fréchet-Schwartz spaces F and Banach spaces X such that the problem of topologies of Grothendieck has a negative answer for $F{\u2a36}_{\pi}X$. This solves in the negative a question of Taskinen. We also give...

We give characterizations of certain properties of continuous linear maps between Fréchet spaces, as well as topological properties on Fréchet spaces, in terms of generalizations of Behrends and Kadets small ball property.

We study frequent hypercyclicity in the context of strongly continuous semigroups of operators. More precisely, we give a criterion (sufficient condition) for a semigroup to be frequently hypercyclic, whose formulation depends on the Pettis integral. This criterion can be verified in certain cases in terms of the infinitesimal generator of the semigroup. Applications are given for semigroups generated by Ornstein-Uhlenbeck operators, and especially for translation semigroups on weighted spaces of...

Our aim in this paper is to prove that every separable infinite-dimensional complex Banach space admits a topologically mixing holomorphic uniformly continuous semigroup and to characterize the mixing property for semigroups of operators. A concrete characterization of being topologically mixing for the translation semigroup on weighted spaces of functions is also given. Moreover, we prove that there exists a commutative algebra of operators containing both a chaotic operator and an operator which...

During the last years, several notions have been introduced for describing the dynamical behavior of linear operators on infinite-dimensional spaces, such as hypercyclicity, chaos in the sense of Devaney, chaos in the sense of Li-Yorke, subchaos, mixing and weakly mixing properties, and frequent hypercyclicity, among others. These notions have been extended, as far as possible, to the setting of C0-semigroups of linear and continuous operators. We will review some of these notions and we will discuss...

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