By G. Coeuré (Eds.)

Coeure G. Analytic capabilities and manifolds in endless dimensional areas (NHMS, NH, 1974)(ISBN 0444106219)

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Precompact t o p o l o g y ) . S i n c e p o i n t w i s e convergence i m p l i e s uniform convergence on compact 6 ( X I , t h e set 6 ( X I s and 6 ( X I c . I t sets f o r e v e r y eq u i co n t i n u o u s s e t i n of precompact ba la nc e d convex s u b s e t s are e q u a l f o r w i l l b e de note d by SPECTRUM AND MAXIMAL EXTENSIONS 50 K(X). If is complete and any set of is metrizable, 6 ( X I C E K(X) is compact. - [SO, 1 4 1 There i s a locally convex, Hausdorff, topology on 6(X) , denoted by 0 ( X J E such that : a ) i t i s the f i n e s t one t h a t induces on any T € K(X) t h e pointwise convergence, b ) given a c .