For any metric spaces X and Y we denote by C(X,Y ) the class of all continuous functions from X into Y . Let N and Z denote the sets of natural numbers and integers respectively. Denote by S the set of all real sequences p = (pk)k∈N. For p = (pk)k∈N ∈ S, p̄ = (p̄k)k∈N ∈ S we write |p| = (|pk|)k∈N and p ≤ p̄ if pk ≤ p̄k for k ∈ N. For p = (p (m) k )k∈N ∈ S… (More)
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