Unbounded order convergence in dual spaces

21 Apr 2017  ·  Gao Niushan ·

A net $(x_\alpha)$ in a vector lattice $X$ is said to be {unbounded order convergent} (or uo-convergent, for short) to $x\in X$ if the net $(\abs{x_\alpha-x}\wedge y)$ converges to 0 in order for all $y\in X_+$. In this paper, we study unbounded order convergence in dual spaces of Banach lattices... Let $X$ be a Banach lattice. We prove that every norm bounded uo-convergent net in $X^*$ is $w^*$-convergent iff $X$ has order continuous norm, and that every $w^*$-convergent net in $X^*$ is uo-convergent iff $X$ is atomic with order continuous norm. We also characterize among $\sigma$-order complete Banach lattices the spaces in whose dual space every simultaneously uo- and $w^*$-convergent sequence converges weakly/in norm. read more

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