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The e-book is dedicated to 2 usual difficulties, the lifestyles and unicity of minimum projections in Banach area. Connections are demonstrated among the latter and unicity in mathematical programming difficulties and likewise with the matter of the characterization of Hilbert areas. The e-book additionally includes a Kolmogorov kind criterion for minimum projections and targeted descriptions of the Fourier operators. proposing either new effects and difficulties for extra investigations, this publication is addressed to researchers and graduate scholars attracted to geometric sensible research and to functions.

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