By International Conference on P-adic Functional Analysis 2002 Nijmegen, C. Perez-Garcia, Alain Escassut

This quantity includes study articles in response to lectures given on the 7th overseas convention on $p$-adic practical research. The articles, written through major foreign specialists, offer a whole evaluation of the most recent contributions in simple sensible research (Hilbert and Banach areas, in the community convex areas, orthogonality, inductive limits, areas of constant capabilities, strict topologies, operator thought, automated continuity, degree and integrations, Banach and topological algebras, summability tools, and ultrametric spaces), analytic services (meromorphic features, roots of rational features, characterization of injective holomorphic services, and Gelfand transforms in algebras of analytic functions), differential equations, Banach-Hopf algebras, Cauchy concept of Levi-Civita fields, finite ameliorations, weighted potential, $p$-adic dynamical structures, and non-Archimedean chance thought and stochastic processes.The e-book is written for graduate scholars and study mathematicians. It additionally may make an excellent reference resource for these in comparable parts, equivalent to classical sensible research, complicated analytic features, likelihood thought, dynamical platforms, orthomodular areas, quantity conception, and representations of $p$-adic teams

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I=1 Ωi , i=1 Ai ) = (ΩC , AC ) is the product measurable set of (Ωi , Ai ) (1 ≤ i ≤ n). The order on ΩC is defined similarly to that of Section 2. Throughout this section, we assume ϕ to be an increasing measurable function from (ΩC , AC ) to (S, S), where S is the power set of S and the definition of an increasing function is similar to that of Section 2. Furthermore, we assume that Ωi (1 ≤ i ≤ n) and S are endowed with discrete topology. Then, ϕ is a continuous function. Generally a subset W of an ordered set Ω is called increasing iff x ∈ W and x ≤ y imply y ∈ W .

5 49 Age and Shock Number Model The system is replaced at age T , shock number N or system failure, whichever occurs first.

I) Suppose that W is an increasing subset of Ω1 × Ω2 . Then we have W = ∪m j=1 (Aj × Bj ), where Aj (1 ≤ j ≤ m) are nonempty subsets of Ω1 such that A1 ⊂ · · · ⊂ Am and Ai = Aj (i = j) hold, and Bj (1 ≤ j ≤ m) are nonempty subsets of Ω2 such that ∪m k=j Bk (1 ≤ j ≤ m) are increasing subsets of Ω2 . Then, W = (PΩ1 W ) × (PΩ2 W ) holds iff m = 1 holds. n (ii) Suppose that W is an increasing subset of i=1 Ωi . Then, W = n i=1 (PΩi W ) holds iff W has the minimal element. 2. α α α (i) aα 0 + a1 − b1 > [a0 + a1 − b1 ] holds for 0 < α < 1, a0 ≥ a1 > b1 > 0.