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A splitting theory for the space of distributions

P. Domański, D. Vogt (2000)

Studia Mathematica

The splitting problem is studied for short exact sequences consisting of countable projective limits of DFN-spaces (*) 0 → F → X → G → 0, where F or G are isomorphic to the space of distributions D'. It is proved that every sequence (*) splits for F ≃ D' iff G is a subspace of D' and that, for ultrabornological F, every sequence (*) splits for G ≃ D' iff F is a quotient of D'

Acyclic inductive spectra of Fréchet spaces

Jochen Wengenroth (1996)

Studia Mathematica

We provide new characterizations of acyclic inductive spectra of Fréchet spaces which improve the classical theorem of Palamodov and Retakh. It turns out that acyclicity, sequential retractivity (defined by Floret) and further strong regularity conditions (introduced e.g. by Bierstedt and Meise) are all equivalent. This solves a problem that was folklore since around 1970. For inductive limits of Fréchet-Montel spaces we obtain even stronger results, in particular, Grothendieck's problem whether...

Associated weights and spaces of holomorphic functions

Klaus Bierstedt, José Bonet, Jari Taskinen (1998)

Studia Mathematica

When treating spaces of holomorphic functions with growth conditions, one is led to introduce associated weights. In our main theorem we characterize, in terms of the sequence of associated weights, several properties of weighted (LB)-spaces of holomorphic functions on an open subset G N which play an important role in the projective description problem. A number of relevant examples are provided, and a “new projective description problem” is posed. The proof of our main result can also serve to characterize...

Atomic decomposition of a weighted inductive limit.

Jari Taskinen (2003)


Estudiamos algunas cuestiones estructurales acerca del espacio localmente convexo HV∞, que está formado por funciones analíticas en el disco unidad abierto. Construimos una descomposición atómica de este espacio, usando un retículo de puntos del disco unidad que es más denso que el usual. También demostramos que HV∞ no es nuclear.

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