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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

DOI

10.3906/mat-1506-44

Abstract

Let $\mathbb{F}^\mathbb{N}$ denote the vector space of all scalar sequences. If $A$ is an infinite matrix with nonnegative entries and $\lambda$ is a solid subspace of $\mathbb{F}^\mathbb{N}$, then $ sol-A^{-1}(\lambda)=\{x\in \mathbb{F}^\mathbb{N} : A x \in \lambda\} $ is also a solid subspace of $\mathbb{F}^\mathbb{N}$ that, under certain conditions on $A$ and $\lambda$, inherits a solid topological vector space topology from any such topology on $\lambda$. Letting $\Lambda_0=\lambda$ and $\Lambda_m=sol-A^{-1}(\Lambda_{m-1})$ for $m>0$, we derive an infinite sequence $\Lambda_0, \Lambda_1, \Lambda_2,...$ of solid subspaces of $\mathbb{F}^\mathbb{N}$ from the inputs $A$ and $\lambda$. For $A$ and $\lambda$ confined to certain classes, we ask many questions about this derived sequence and answer a few.

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