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Horvath I Life and Works of L. Nachbin 29 convex space E. A new and interesting aspect is-as Nachbin says in -the (at the same time natural and unexpected) role of the approximation property of Banach-Grothendieck. : 2, then conditions (1) and (2) are no longer sufficient for density. The problem was suggested originally by Nachbin himself who returned to it in several lectures, mainly of expository and historical character , , , in which he formulates further conjectures. In 1948 H.
He lived under no. 61 of the tree-lined boulevard du Lycee in Vanves, opposite the park of the Lycee Michelet, in an apartment found for him by Marie-Helene Schwartz. Through him I got an apartment in the same building and stayed there from 1963 to 1965. We overlapped a month in the early summer of 1963 and rekindled our friendship started nine years earlier. Several other mathematicians lived at 61, bid. du Lycee during their stay in Paris: J. Gil de Lamadrid, J. Nohel, F. Treves, S. Mizohata.
H. e. given two points x ~ y of K, there exists lEd such that I(x) ~ I(y). For K = I the algebra (l} is clearly self-adjoint and separates the points of I, so the result generalizes the theorem of Weierstrass and became known as the Stone-Weierstrass theorem. For a later purpose I will describe a more general form of this theorem given by E. Bishop at about the same time when Nachbin started 1 27 J. Horvath I Life and Works of L. Nachbin publishing on weighted approximation (1%1). Bishop considers a subalgebra d of cg(K) and calls a set M c K antisymmetric with respect to d if I(x) == I(y) for all x, y E M and for all real-valued functions in d.