The Grothendieck-Pietsch domination principle for nonlinear summing integral operators
We transform the concept of p-summing operators, 1≤ p < ∞, to the more general setting of nonlinear Banach space operators. For 1-summing operators on B(Σ,X)-spaces having weak integral representations we generalize the Grothendieck-Pietsch domination principle. This is applied for the characterization of 1-summing Hammerstein operators on C(S,X)-spaces. For p-summing Hammerstein operators we derive the existence of control measures and p-summing extensions to B(Σ,X)-spaces.