This chapter is devoted to the duality which is the central part of the theory of linear topological spaces. The pattern of investigation is simple: we seek to find, for each proposition about a linear topological space E, an equivalent proposition which is stated in terms of the adjoint space E*. Of course, it is necessary that E*, in some sense, describe E rather closely, and consequently our results, with minor exceptions, are for locally convex spaces.
KeywordsWeak Topology Convex Space Strong Topology Linear Topological Space Convex Topology
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