Preface.- 1. Overview.- 2. Elementary Facts about Baire and Baire-Type Spaces.- 3. K-analytic and quasi-Suslin Spaces.- 4. Web-Compact Spaces and Angelic Theorems.- 5. Strongly Web-Compact Spaces and a Closed Graph Theorem.- 6. Weakly Analytic Spaces.- 7. K-analytic Baire Spaces.- 8. A Three-Space Property for Analytic Spaces.- 9. K-analytic and Analytic Spaces C p (X) .- 10. Precompact sets in (LM) -Spaces and Dual Metric Spaces.- 11. Metrizability of Compact Sets in the Class G.- 12. Weakly Realcompact Locally Convex Spaces.- 13. Corson's Propery (C) and tightness.- 14. Fréchet-Urysohn Spaces and Groups.- 15. Sequential Properties in the Class G.- 16. Tightness and Distinguished Fréchet Spaces.- 17. Banach Spaces with Many Projections.- 18. Spaces of Continuous Functions Over Compact Lines.- 19. Compact Spaces Generated by Retractions.- 20. Complementably Universival Banach Space.- Index.
"Descriptive Topology in Selected Topics of Functional Analysis" is a collection of recent developments in the field of descriptive topology, specifically focused on the classes of infinite-dimensional topological vector spaces that appear in functional analysis. Such spaces include Fréchet spaces, (LF)-spaces and their duals, and the space of continuous real-valued functions C(X) on a completely regular Hausdorff space X, to name a few. These vector spaces appear in functional analysis in distribution theory, differential equations, complex analysis, and various other analytical settings.
This monograph provides new insights into the connections between the topological properties of linear function spaces and their applications in functional analysis.
Presents numerous results that have previously only appeared in journal publications
Includes several newly developed and unpublished results
Can serve a supplementary text in course focusing on selected topics in functional analysis, set topology, or the theory or functional spaces
This is the first monograph to approach the topic of linear functional equations from the perspective of descriptive topology