Convergence of decreasing sequences of convex sets in nonreflexive Banach spaces
We consider nested sequences of linear or convex closed sets of the form arising in estimation and other inverse problems. We show that such sequences may fail to converge in any of the recently studied set convergences other than Mosco convergence. We also provide a positive result concerning the epislice convergence of related sequences of functions.
Mathematics Subject Classifications (1991)Primary: 49A55, 90C25 secondary: 65K05, 49B27
Key wordsSet convergence Mosco convergence slice convergence Wijsman convergence Painlevé-Kuratowski convergence moment problems inverse problems nonreflexive spaces
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