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Hypercyclic algebras for D-multiples of convolution operators [Article]
(American Mathematical Society, 2019-02)
It is shown in this short note the existence, for each nonzero member of the ideal of D-multiples of convolution operators acting on the space of entire functions, of a scalar multiple of it supporting a hypercyclic algebra.
Lineability and modes of convergence [Article]
In this paper we look for the existence of large linear and algebraic structures of sequences of measurable functions with different modes of convergence. Concretely, the algebraic size of the family of sequences that are ...
Large algebras of singular functions vanishing on prescribed sets [Article]
In this paper, the non-vacuousness of the family of all nowhere analytic infinitely differentiable functions on the real line vanishing on a prescribed set Z is characterized in terms of Z. In this case, large algebraic ...
The set of space-filling curves: topological and algebraic structure [Article]
In this paper, a study of topological and algebraic properties of two families of functions from the unit interval I into the plane R2 is performed. The first family is the collection of all Peano curves, that is, of those ...
Algebraic structure of continuous, unbounded and integrable functions [Article]
In this paper we study the large linear and algebraic size of the family of unbounded continuous and integrable functions in [0, +∞) and of the family of sequences of these functions converging to zero uniformly on ...
Structural aspects of the non-uniformly continuous functions and the unbounded functions within C(X) [Article]
We prove in this paper that if a metric space supports a real continuous function which is not uniformly continuous then, under appropriate mild assumptions, there exists in fact a plethora of such functions, in both ...