By Daniel Li, Hervé Queffélec
Ce livre est consacré à l'étude des espaces de Banach, en mettant l'accent
sur les liens avec l'Analyse classique, l'Analyse Harmonique, et les
Probabilités. Seules des connaissances usuelles d'Analyse Fonctionnelle de niveau
Maîtrise sont requises, l'étude étant prise à son début. Elle est progressivement
développée de façon approfondie, présentant plusieurs résultats
fondamentaux obtenus dans l. a. période 1950-2000 : Théorème de Grothendieck,
Théorème de Dvoretzky, Théorème de dichotomie de Rosenthal, Théorème de
dichotomie de Gowers, etc., avec certaines de leurs functions.
Daniel Li est Professeur à l'Université d'Artois (Lens). Ses travaux portent
sur l. a. Géométriedesespacesde Banach et l'Analyse Harmonique.
Hervé Queffélec est Professeur à l'Université de Lille 1. Ses travaux portent
sur l'Analyse Harmonique et les méthodes probabilistes en examine.
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