By Read C. J.
It's popular that the classical series areas co and Ip (1 <= p <) have, as much as equivalence, only one symmetric foundation. however, there are examplesof Orlicz series areas that have uncountably many together nonequivalentsymmetric bases. therefore in , p. a hundred thirty, the query is requested whetherthere is a Banach house with, as much as equivalence, multiple symmetric basis,but now not uncountably many. during this paper we solution the query definitely, byexhibiting a Banach area with, as much as equivalence, accurately symmetricbases.
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A Banach Space With, Up To Equivalence, Precisely Two Symmetric Bases by Read C. J.