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On the isomorphic classification of the cartesian products of köthe spaces
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Taştüner, Emre
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In 1973, V. P. Zahariuta formed a method to classify the Cartesian products of locally convex spaces by using the theory of Fredholm operators. In this thesis, we gave modifications done in the method of Zahariuta. Then by using them, we studied the isomorphic classifications of Cartesian products of l^p and l^q type Köthe sequence spaces.
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Ideal spaces.
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Function spaces.
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Isomorphisms (Mathematics).
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E. Taştüner, “On the isomorphic classification of the cartesian products of köthe spaces,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2019.