Automatic Continuity from a personal perspective


Krzysztof Jarosz


Southern Illinois University Edwardsville


Thu, 28/03/2013 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm


RC-3085, Red Centre Building, UNSW


Automatic Continuity is a unique area which combines in an intricate way elements of analysis, algebra, and topology. We ask whether if a map T from X to Y satisfies an algebraic condition that implies that T is continuous.

We will discuss the history of this area of mathematics, several examples, as well as open problems. We assume that the audience is familiar with the basics of functional analysis but no prior knowledge of automatic continuity is assumed.

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