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On the spectrum of C1 as an operator on bv0

  • J. I. Okutoyi (a1)
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In 1985 John Reade determined the spectrum of C1 regarded as an operator on the space c0 of all null sequences normed by ║x║ = supn≧0|xn|. It is the purpose of this paper to determine the spectrum of C1 regarded as an operator on the space bv0 of all sequences x such that xk → 0 as k → ∞ and .

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