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One then says that u is a latticial linear mapping. c) For a linear subspace H of E to be maximal in the set of isolated subspaces i= E, it is necessary and sufficient that it be of the form Ker(f) , where f is a latticial linear form i= O. (Make use of GT, V, §3, Exer. ) d) Give an example of a Riesz space not reduced to 0 that contains no maximal isolated subspace (cf. §1, Exer. 5 b». ~ 6) Let E be a Riesz space, 0 the fully lattice-ordered space of relatively bounded linear forms on E, and F a co-lattice subspace of 0 (§1, Exer.

4, Prop. 4). It remains to show that A" is identical to the band B generated by A. Now, E is the direct sum of B and the band B' formed by the elements alien to all the elements of B; since A c B, we have B' c A'; on the other hand BeA" and E is also the direct sum of A' and A"; therefore necessarily B = A", B' = A' . Theorem 1 and Proposition 5 make it possible to give another definition of the band generated by a set of elements of E: PROPOSITION 6. - Let E be a fully lattice-ordered space, M a subset of E, and B the band generated by M.

It remains to show that A" is identical to the band B generated by A. Now, E is the direct sum of B and the band B' formed by the elements alien to all the elements of B; since A c B, we have B' c A'; on the other hand BeA" and E is also the direct sum of A' and A"; therefore necessarily B = A", B' = A' . Theorem 1 and Proposition 5 make it possible to give another definition of the band generated by a set of elements of E: PROPOSITION 6. - Let E be a fully lattice-ordered space, M a subset of E, and B the band generated by M.