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P. Given t E R, define -1 fx(t) "= 0 if f (t) - 0 x(n) if f (t) r 0 -1 where -1 n := inf f (t). Then A E gV(R). 19). Given f E R~ , define f'~ >IK, 1 tl > E 3n he)'(0 Since the map ~(~) >IK, A, >)--~ nEA is injective, the map lqiN - - + gP(R), f ~-----~f is also injective. P(bt), Card - R~~ Let R' be the dimension of gP(R). 22 I Let E be a vector space. Let R > 1 be a cardinal number. If the dimension of E is R ~~ , then there is a set 7) of pairwise non-equivalent complete norms on E with Card7 ) = 2 ~~ .

Norm of E to F is a norm on F is The restriction of the (the induced n o r m on F ); F endowed with this norm is called subspace o f E . Normed spaces over IK are called real n o r m e d spaces if ]K = ]R and c o m p l e x n o r m e d spaces if ]K = (~. I f they are complete, we call them real (rasp. c o m p l e x ) B a n a c h spaces. Given a metric space T , we define for each t C T and ce > O, Us(t) : - u T ( t ) : = {s c T Id(s, t) < c~}, where d denotes the metric of T . Remark. 1. In 1908 M.

Banach Spaces for all distinct s, t C T . Hence if B is a dense set of gP(T) then B n Vo(e,) # 0 for every t E T , and so Card B > Card T . Remark. m The spaces gP(T) (p C [1, c~]) are special cases of the LP-spaces of integration theory. They are precisely the LP-spaces with respect to counting measure on T . 6 ( 0 ) Let T be a set and take p,q 6 [1,c~[, with P