Geometric Aspects of Functional Analysis: Israel Seminar by C. J. Read (auth.), Joram Lindenstrauss, Vitali D. Milman

By C. J. Read (auth.), Joram Lindenstrauss, Vitali D. Milman (eds.)

This is the 3rd released quantity of the court cases of the Israel Seminar on Geometric points of practical research. the big majority of the papers during this quantity are unique examine papers. there has been final yr a robust emphasis on classical finite-dimensional convexity concept and its reference to Banach house conception. lately, it has develop into obtrusive that the notions and result of the neighborhood idea of Banach areas are necessary in fixing classical questions in convexity idea. the current quantity contributes to clarifying this aspect. additionally this quantity comprises uncomplicated contributions to ergodic conception, invariant subspace thought and qualitative differential geometry.

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