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Quasi-suprabarrelled spaces

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 April 2009

J. C. Ferrando
Affiliation:
Departmento de Matemáticas (ETSIA)Universidad PolitécnicaApartado 22012 46022-Valencia, Spain
M. López-Pellicer
Affiliation:
Departmento de Matemáticas (ETSIA)Universidad PolitécnicaApartado 22012 46022-Valencia, Spain
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In this paper a proper class of barrelled spaces which strictly contains the suprabarrelled spaces is considered. A closed graph theorem and some permanence properties are given. This allows us to prove the necessity of a condition of a theorem of S. A. Saxon and P. P. Narayanaswami by constructing an example of a non-suprabarrelled Baire-like space which is a dense subspace of a Fréchet space and is not an (LF)-space under any strong locally convex topology.

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Copyright © Australian Mathematical Society 1989

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