Rauni Lillemets

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Let V,W∞, andW be operator ideals of completely continuous, weakly ∞-compact, and weakly compact operators, respectively. We prove that V =W∞ ◦W−1. As an immediate application, the recent result by Dowling, Freeman, Lennard, Odell, Randrianantoanina, and Turett follows: the weak Grothendieck compactness principle holds only in Schur spaces.
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