An asymmetric norm is a positive sublinear functional p on a real vector space X satisfying $$x=\theta _X$$ x = θ X whenever $$p(x)=p(-x)=0$$ p ( x ) = p ( - x ) = 0 . Since the space of all lower semi-continuous linear functionals of an asymmetric normed space is not a linear space, the theory is different in the asymmetric case. The main purpose of this study is to define bounded and continuous linear operators acting between asymmetric cone normed spaces. After examining the differences with symmetric case, we give some results related to Baire’s characterization of completeness in asymmetric cone normed spaces.
Mediterranean Journal of Mathematics – Springer Journals
Published: May 31, 2018
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