Strong topology (polar topology)
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In functional analysis and related areas of mathematics the strong topology is the finest polar topology, the topology with the most open sets, on a dual pair. The coarsest polar topology is called weak topology.
- Given a normed vector space and its continuous dual then -topology on is identical to the topology induced by the operator norm. Conversely -topology on is identical to the topology induced by the norm.
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