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Phelps spaces and finite dimensional decompositions

  • R. Deville (a1), G. Godefroy (a2), D.E.G. Hare (a3) and V. Zizler (a4)

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We show that if X is a separable Banach space such that X* fails the weak* convex point-of-continuity property (C*PCP), then there is a subspace Y of X such that both Y* and (X/Y)* fail C*PCP and both Y and X/Y have finite dimensional Schauder decompositions.

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  • R. Deville (a1), G. Godefroy (a2), D.E.G. Hare (a3) and V. Zizler (a4)

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