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In the statement below, if X is a semi-normed space, B(X) denotes the closed unit ball of X. 15. Let X be a sequentially complete LCTVS. The following are equivalent: (i) X contains no subspace (topologically) isomorphic to c0 . (ii) If j xj is c0 multiplier convergent in X, then xj → 0. (iii) If j xj is c0 multiplier convergent in X, then j xj is subseries convergent in X. October 9, 2008 15:36 World Scientific Book - 9in x 6in Applications of Multiplier Convergent Series MasterDoc 31 (iv) If j xj is c0 multiplier convergent in X, then j xj is bounded multiplier convergent in X.

31. 32 were proven in reverse order in Chapter 2. 28 when the space X is a sequentially complete LCTVS. 33. Let X be a sequentially complete LCTVS and µ : A →X finitely additive. The following are equivalent: (i) µ is bounded, (ii) for every pairwise disjoint sequence {Aj } from A, {µ(Aj )} is bounded, (iii)’ for every pairwise disjoint sequence {Aj } from A, the series j µ(Aj ) is c0 multiplier convergent, (iv) for every pairwise disjoint sequence {Aj } from A and t ∈ c0 , the series ∞ j=1 sj µ(Bj ) converge uniformly for Bj ⊂ Aj , Bj ∈ A and |sj | ≤ |tj |.

We next give a characterization of Banach-Mackey spaces in terms of multiplier convergent series. 3). 8). Let X be an LCTVS. Let X b (X s ) be the space of all bounded (sequentially continuous) linear functionals on X. Since X ⊂ X s ⊂ X b , October 9, 2008 15:36 World Scientific Book - 9in x 6in Applications of Multiplier Convergent Series MasterDoc 35 (X, X s ) and (X, X b ) both form dual pairs. We now give a characterization of Banach-Mackey spaces in terms of l 1 multiplier convergent series and the spaces X s and X b .

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