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Finite elements in vector lattices, Martin R. Weber
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 Finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices are introduced as abstract models of finite functions, i.e. continuous functions with compact support on some topological space. The book is the first systematical treatment of the theory of finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices and contains the results known on this topic up to the year 2013. It joins all important contributions achieved by a series of mathematicians that can only be found in scattered in literature
 Finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices are introduced as abstract models of finite functions, i.e. continuous functions with compact support on some topological space. The book is the first systematical treatment of the theory of finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices and contains the results known on this topic up to the year 2013.It joins all important contributions achieved by a series of mathematicians that can only be found in scattered in literature
 Language
 eng
 Contents

 1. Introduction
 2. Ordered vector spaces and vector lattices
 3. Finite, totally finite and selfmajorizing elements
 4. Finite elements in vector lattices of linear operators
 5. The space of maximal ideals of a vector lattice
 6. Topological characterization of finite elements
 7. Representations of vector lattices and their properties
 8. Vector lattices of continuous functions with finite elements
 9. Representations of vector lattices by means of continuous functions
 10. Representations of vector lattices by means of bases of finite elements
 Isbn
 9783110350777
 Label
 Finite elements in vector lattices
 Title
 Finite elements in vector lattices
 Statement of responsibility
 Martin R. Weber
 Language
 eng
 Summary

 Finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices are introduced as abstract models of finite functions, i.e. continuous functions with compact support on some topological space. The book is the first systematical treatment of the theory of finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices and contains the results known on this topic up to the year 2013. It joins all important contributions achieved by a series of mathematicians that can only be found in scattered in literature
 Finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices are introduced as abstract models of finite functions, i.e. continuous functions with compact support on some topological space. The book is the first systematical treatment of the theory of finite elements in Archimedean vector lattices and contains the results known on this topic up to the year 2013.It joins all important contributions achieved by a series of mathematicians that can only be found in scattered in literature
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 Weber, Martin R
 Dewey number
 515.35
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA379
 LC item number
 .W43 2014
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents
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 Boundary value problems
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 Finite elements in vector lattices, Martin R. Weber
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 1. Introduction  2. Ordered vector spaces and vector lattices  3. Finite, totally finite and selfmajorizing elements  4. Finite elements in vector lattices of linear operators  5. The space of maximal ideals of a vector lattice  6. Topological characterization of finite elements  7. Representations of vector lattices and their properties  8. Vector lattices of continuous functions with finite elements  9. Representations of vector lattices by means of continuous functions  10. Representations of vector lattices by means of bases of finite elements
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 881399576
 Isbn
 9783110350777
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 unmediated
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 rdamedia.
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 (OCoLC)881399576
 Label
 Finite elements in vector lattices, Martin R. Weber
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code

 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier.
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent.
 Contents
 1. Introduction  2. Ordered vector spaces and vector lattices  3. Finite, totally finite and selfmajorizing elements  4. Finite elements in vector lattices of linear operators  5. The space of maximal ideals of a vector lattice  6. Topological characterization of finite elements  7. Representations of vector lattices and their properties  8. Vector lattices of continuous functions with finite elements  9. Representations of vector lattices by means of continuous functions  10. Representations of vector lattices by means of bases of finite elements
 Control code
 881399576
 Isbn
 9783110350777
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia.
 Media type code

 n
 System control number
 (OCoLC)881399576
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