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Invertibility of multivalued sublinear operators
I. V. Orlovab, S. I. Smirnovaa
a Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Crimean Federal V. Vernadsky University, 4 Academician Vernadsky Avenue, Simferopol, Republic Crimea, Russia, 295007
b Voronezh State University, 1 University Square, Voronezh, Russia, 394006
We consider the representation of a compact-valued sublinear operator ($K$-operator) by means of the compact convex packet of single-valued so-called basis selectors. Such representation makes it possible to introduce the concept of an invertible $K$-operator via invertible selectors. The extremal points of direct and inverse selector representations are described, an analogue of the von Neumann theorem is obtained. A series of examples is considered.
Keywords and phrases:
sublinear multivalued operators, basis selectors, Hamel basis, extremal points.
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MSC: 47H04, 54C65, 46B22, 49N45, 47N10.
I. V. Orlov, S. I. Smirnova, “Invertibility of multivalued sublinear operators”, Eurasian Math. J., 6:4 (2015), 44–58
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