## Bases in Banach spaces, Volume 2 |

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### Contents

Chapter III Generalizations of the Notion of a Basis 0 Banach spaces which do not have the approximation property | iii |

Countable Generalizations of Bases 1 Basic sequences Bibasic systems | 47 |

Deficient basic sequences Images and inverse images of bases by continuous linear mappings | 103 |

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A/-basis approximation property approximative basis arbitrary assume assumption bases basic sequence basis with parentheses biorthogonal system boundedly complete commuting complete minimal sequence completes the proof Consequently continuous linear converges convex corollary countable defined definition dens dual elements exists a sequence finite rank operator finite-dimensional subspace functionals Furthermore gonal Hahn-Banach theorem hence implication increasing sequence infinite isometry isomorphism lemma Let G limit ordinal linear mapping linear subspace linearly independent M-basis matrix monotone obtain obvious partial sum operators positive integers problem proof of lemma proof of proposition proof of theorem proves quasi-basis rc-basis reflexive remark respectively satisfying Schauder decomposition separable Banach space sequence xn shown by Example statements are equivalent strongly series summable subset subspace G topology transfinite basis transfinite sequence unconditional basis unit vector unit vector basis vector basis weak weakly compact whence