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Function spaces in modern analysis; proceedings.


Function spaces in modern analysis; proceedings.

Conference on Function Spaces (6th: 2010: Edwardsville, IL) Ed. by Krzysztof Jarosz.

American Mathematical Society


244 pages



Contemporary mathematics; v.547


Twenty-two lectures from the May 2010 conference review known results and open problems in function spaces and explain new discoveries to mathematicians working in different areas of function spaces. The contributors describe distance functions for reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, the properties of locally m-pseudoconvex algebras, spectral preservers in commutative Banach spaces, and peak point theorems for uniform algebras on manifolds. Other topics include Schauder bases for null spaces of convolution operators, homomorphisms between spaces of Lipschitz functions, non-complex analogs of uniform algebras, and the Lagrange multivariate interpolation problem. No index is provided.

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