Uniqueness of unconditional bases in $c_0$-products

Volume 133 / 1999

P. Casazza, Studia Mathematica 133 (1999), 275-294 DOI: 10.4064/sm-133-3-275-294

Abstract

We give counterexamples to a conjecture of Bourgain, Casazza, Lindenstrauss and Tzafriri that if X has a unique unconditional basis (up to permutation) then so does $c_0(X)$. We also give some positive results including a simpler proof that $c_0(ℓ_1)$ has a unique unconditional basis and a proof that $c_0(ℓ_{p_n}^{N_n})$ has a unique unconditional basis when $p_n ↓ 1$, $N_{n+1} ≥ 2N_{n}$ and $(p_n-p_{n+1}) logN_{n}$ remains bounded.

Authors

  • P. Casazza

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