### On complementably universal Banach spaces

M. Kadec (1971)

Studia Mathematica

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M. Kadec (1971)

Studia Mathematica

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Manuel González (1991)

Extracta Mathematicae

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We introduce the concept of essentially incomparable Banach spaces, and give some examples. Then, for two essentially incomparable Banach spaces X and Y, we prove that a complemented subspace of the product X x Y is isomorphic to the product of a complemented subspace of X and a complemented subspace of Y. If, additionally, X and Y are isomorphic to their respective hyperplanes, then the group of invertible operators in X x Y is not connected. The results can be applied to some classical...

Haskell Rosenthal (1976)

Studia Mathematica

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Joram Lindenstrauss (1975-1976)

Séminaire Choquet. Initiation à l'analyse

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Przemyslaw Wojtaszczyk (1972)

Mémoires de la Société Mathématique de France

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Alistair Bird, Niels Jakob Laustsen (2010)

Banach Center Publications

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We create a new family of Banach spaces, the James-Schreier spaces, by amalgamating two important classical Banach spaces: James' quasi-reflexive Banach space on the one hand and Schreier's Banach space giving a counterexample to the Banach-Saks property on the other. We then investigate the properties of these James-Schreier spaces, paying particular attention to how key properties of their 'ancestors' (that is, the James space and the Schreier space) are expressed in them. Our main...

G. Henkin (1970)

Studia Mathematica

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Juan Carlos Cabello Piñar (1990)

Collectanea Mathematica

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The purpose of this paper is to obtain sufficient conditions, for a Banach space X to contain or exclude c0 or l1, in terms of the sets of best approximants in X for the elements in the bidual space.

Gilles Pisier (1978)

Compositio Mathematica

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Christian Rosendal (2004)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

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A Banach space contains either a minimal subspace or a continuum of incomparable subspaces. General structure results for analytic equivalence relations are applied in the context of Banach spaces to show that if E₀ does not reduce to isomorphism of the subspaces of a space, in particular, if the subspaces of the space admit a classification up to isomorphism by real numbers, then any subspace with an unconditional basis is isomorphic to its square and hyperplanes, and the unconditional...

Lech Drewnowski (1989)

Revista Matemática de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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