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Proceedings of the 20th Winter School on Abstract Analysis

Editor: Balcar, Bohuslav
Organized by: Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Nuclear Engineering, Czech Technical University
Venue: Harrachov (Topology and Combinatorics section), Strobel-Austria (Analysis section), 1992

Publisher: Charles University, Praha, 1992
Series: Acta Universitatis Carolinae - Mathematica et Physica, Vol. 33, No. 2

Proceedings published in:
Acta Universitatis Carolinae. Mathematica et Physica, Vol. 033, Issue 2

Table of Contents

3 Foreword.  Balcar, Bohuslav
5-14 A space by W. Gowers and new results on norm and numerical radius attaining operators.  Acosta, Maria D.; Aguirre, Francisco J.; Payá, Rafael
15-26 On the absoluteness of openly-generated and Dugundji spaces.  Bandlow, Ingo
27-29 Dualization of van Douwen diagram.  Cichoń, J.; Majcher, B.; Węglorz, B.
31-33 Perfect sets of independent functions.  Dębski, Wojciech; Kleszcz, Jan; Plewik, Szymon
35-40 On the Thue-Morse measure.  Dekking, F. M.
41-44 Stability in vector valued $l^\infty$-spaces.  Graślewicz, Ryszard
45-47 Hereditary measurable sets and universal measure.  Grzegorek, E.
49-71 Measures with idempotent types and completely stable measures on nilpotent groups.  Hazod, W.
73-83 A note on Banach spaces and sub differentials of convex functions.  Kolomý, Josef
85-90 The Brouwer-Jordan theorem.  Kulpa, H.
91-97 A Skorohod space of discontinuous functions on a general set.  Lachout, Petr
99-108 How small are the sets where the metric projection fails to be continuous.  Matoušková, Eva
109-114 On generalized Hausdorff semicontinuity of multifunctions.  Náther, Ondrej
115-120 Operator ideals and the principle of local reflexivity.  Oertel, Frank
121-128 Examples of stable $C_0$-semigroups.  Ricker, W. J.
129-134 Chaos & pseudochaos: Some basic remarks.  Sanjuán, M. A. F.
135-141 Theorem proving through depth-first test.  Tuza, Zsolt
143-156 Characterization of Baire-one functions between topological spaces.  Veselý, Libor
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