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Comparable differentiability characterisations of two classes of Banach spaces

  • J.R. Giles (a1)

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We characterise Banach spaces not containing l1 by a differentiability property of each equivalent norm and show that a slightly stronger differentiability property characterises Asplund spaces.

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