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This quantity involves a set of articles from specialists with a wealthy study and academic adventure. The members of this quantity are: Y Benyamini, M Gonzбlez, V Mьller, S Reich, E Matouskova, A J Zaslavski and A R Palacios. each one in their paintings is worthy. for instance, Benyamini's is the single up to date survey of the intriguing and energetic quarter of the class of Banach areas lower than uniformly non-stop maps whereas Gonzбlez's article is a pioneer advent to the idea of neighborhood duality for Banach areas.
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