Some remarks concerning the krein-milman and the radon-nikodym property of Banach spaces
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We present an example, simplifying an earlier one due to R. C. James, of a l-separated tree with empty wedge intersections such that its closed convex hull has continuum many extreme points.
KeywordsBanach Space Probability Measure Extreme Point Tree Index Springer Lecture Note
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