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SCALAR BOUNDEDNESS OF VECTOR-VALUED FUNCTIONS

  • MATÍAS RAJA (a1) and JOSÉ RODRÍGUEZ (a2)
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We provide sufficient conditions for a Banach space-valued function to be scalarly bounded, which do not require to test on the whole dual space. Some applications in vector integration are also given.

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