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Geometry in quotient reflexive spaces

  • A. C. Yorke (a1)

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The structure and geometry of Banach spaces with the property that E(4) = Ê** + E⊥ ⊥ are investigated: such spaces are called quotient reflexive spaces here. For these spaces, if E is very smooth, Ê is also very smooth, and if E* is weakly locally uniformly rotund (WLUR), E(4) is smooth on a certain (relatively) norm dense subset of Ê**. Consequently, for quotient reflexive spaces, WLUR and very-WLUR are equivalent in E*.

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