3 years ago

Unbounded $p_\tau$-Convergence in Vector Lattices Normed by Locally Solid Lattices.

Abdulla Aydın

Let $(x_\alpha)$ be a net in a vector lattice normed by locally solid lattice $(X,p,E_\tau)$. We say that $(x_\alpha)$ is unbounded $p_\tau$-convergent to $x\in X$ if $p(\lvert x_\alpha-x\rvert\wedge u)\xrightarrow{\tau} 0$ for every $u\in X_+$. This convergence has been studied recently for lattice-normed vector lattices as the $up$-convergence in \cite{AGG,AEEM,AEEM2}, the $uo$-convergence in \cite{GTX}, and, as the $un$-convergence in \cite{DOT,GX,GTX,KMT,Tr2}. In this paper, we study the general properties of the unbounded $p_\tau$-convergence.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.00734

DOI: arXiv:1711.00734v4

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