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Schur property and lP isomorphic copies in Musielak–Orlicz sequence spaces

  • B. Zlatanov (a1)

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The author shows that if the dual of a Musielak–Orlicz sequence space lΦ is a stabilized asymptotic l, space with respect to the unit vector basis, then lΦ is saturated with complemented copies of l1 and has the Schur property. A sufficient condition is found for the isomorphic embedding of lp spaces into Musielak–Orlicz sequence spaces.

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