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 Title & Authors
ON DIAMETER PRESERVING LINEAR MAPS
Aizpuru, Antonio; Tamayo, Montserrat;
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 Abstract
We study diameter preserving linear maps from C(X) into C(Y) where X and Y are compact Hausdorff spaces. By using the extreme points of and a linear condition on them, we obtain that there exists a diameter preserving linear map from C(X) into C(Y) if and only if X is homeomorphic to a subspace of Y. We also consider the case when X and Y are noncompact but locally compact spaces.
 Keywords
diameter preserving map;extreme point;locally compact space;
 Language
English
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