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### The use of operators for the construction of normal bases for the space of continuous functions on ${V}_{q}$.

Bulletin of the Belgian Mathematical Society - Simon Stevin

### Non-Archimedean Umbral Calculus

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

### The construction of normal bases for the space of continuous functions on ${V}_{q}$, with the aid of operators

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

### Continued fractions for finite sums

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

### A method for constructing orthonormal bases for non-archimedean Banach spaces of continuous functions

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

### Normal bases for the space of continuous functions defined on a subset of Z.

Publicacions Matemàtiques

Let K be a non-archimedean valued field which contains Q and suppose that K is complete for the valuation |·|, which extends the p-adic valuation. V is the closure of the set {aq|n = 0,1,2,...} where a and q are two units of Z, q not a root of unity. C(V → K) is the Banach space of continuous functions from V to K, equipped with the supremum norm. Our aim is to find normal bases (r(x)) for C(V → K), where r(x) does not have to be a polynomial.

### Orthonormal bases for spaces of continuous and continuously differentiable functions defined on a subset of Zp.

Revista Matemática de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Let K be a non-Archimedean valued field which contains Qp, and suppose that K is complete for the valuation |·|, which extends the p-adic valuation. Vq is the closure of the set {aqn | n = 0,1,2,...} where a and q are two units of Zp, q not a root of unity. C(Vq --&gt; K) (resp. C1(Vq --&gt; K)) is the Banach space of continuous functions (resp. continuously differentiable functions) from Vq to K. Our aim is to find orthonormal bases for C(Vq --&gt; K) and C1(Vq --&gt; K).

### Normal bases for non-archimedean spaces of continuous functions.

Publicacions Matemàtiques

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