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Linear Topological Spaces over Non-Archimedean Valued Fields

  • A. F. Monna
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Abstract

I propose to give a survey of the results of the study of linear topological spaces over non-archimedean valued fields. Proofs of theorems will not be given.

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Orthogonal Basis Extension Property Normed Linear Space Linear Topological Space Compact Topological Space 
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