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The Banach space B is Dl-smooth (respectively CA-smooth) only if there exists the equivalent nomz O. o Pa(r)r-P = 0). 4, it is easy to establish the following relation between the notions of smoothness and smoothability of the spaceB.

Hn EF. (U, E) coincides with the class nn(U, E). If the operator u is identical inclusion of the space F into the space B, then, instead of the term 'udifferentiability' we shall use the term 'F-differentiability' (the term 'differentiability along the subspace F' is also often met). Correspondingly, we change the notations: instead of the operator u, we shall write the subset with respect to which differentiability is considered. For example, CHB, R) will denote the class of the functions f: B -+ R which are n times continuously F -differentiable and fI) (x) will denote the nth derivative along the space F.

22~hen the class "If'gj! tis on Ci, i = 0, 1, ... ,k. tis on Co and Cij, i = 0, 1, ... , k. 21 for the function g. 21 are satisfied. 22). One elementary example is represented by the homogeneous forms of the power k ~ 2. It is easy to check the Validity of the following proposition. 25. Let f(x) =

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