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By Florian Cajori

ISBN-10: 0486621847

ISBN-13: 9780486621845

ISBN-10: 1418165557

ISBN-13: 9781418165550

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For the moment, we pause in these theoretical developments to give some examples of sequences which are σ (V , V ∗ ) convergent but not · V convergent. 1. Take V = l 2 . An element v of V is a sequence of real numbers, v = (vk )k∈N , such that k∈N |vk |2 < +∞. The scalar product u, v := k∈N uk vk and the corresponding norm v = ( |vk |2 )1/2 give to V a Hilbert space structure. Consider the sequence e1 , e2 , . . , en , . . with en = (δn,k )k∈N , where δn,k (the Kronecker symbol) takes the value 1 if k = n and 0 elsewhere.

There is a natural partial ordering on the topologies on a given space X, which is induced by the inclusion ordering on the subsets of P (X): we will say that a topology τ1 is coarser or weaker than a topology τ2 and we write τ1 < τ2 if θτ1 ⊂ θτ2 , that is, if any element G of θτ1 also belongs to θτ2 . Conversely, we will say that τ2 is stronger or finer than τ1 . 1. The family of the topologies on a set X forms a complete lattice for the relation τ1 < τ2 (τ1 weaker than τ2 ), that is, given an arbitrary collection of topologies (τi )i∈I on X, (a) There exists a lower bound, that is a topology which is the largest among all the topologies weaker than the τi , i ∈ I .

Suppose that for each i ∈ I , a function fi : X → Yi is given. We want to investigate the topologies on X with respect to which all the functions fi are continuous, and, among these topologies, examine the question of the existence of a smallest (weakest) one. Noticing that for each i ∈ I , fi−1 (θτi ) := {fi−1 (Gi ) : Gi ∈ θτi } still satisfies the axioms of the open sets, we denote fi−1 (τi ) the corresponding topology on X, which is the weakest making fi (for i fixed) continuous. 2 that the answer to the previous question is given by τ = ∨i∈I fi−1 (τi ), whose precise description is given in the following.

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