We can best understand many fundamental processes in analysis by studying and comparing the summability of series in various modes of convergence. This text provides the reader with basic knowledge of real and functional analysis, with an account of p-summing and related operators. The account is panoramic, with detailed expositions of the core results and highly relevant applications to harmonic analysis, probability and measure theory, and operator theory. This is the first time that the subject and its applications have been presented in such complete detail in book form. Graduate students and researchers in real, complex and functional analysis, and probability theory will benefit from this text.
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