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11 Theorem. (Preiss-Zajicek [Pr-Zj) Suppose that the Banach space E has separable dual and that T :E'" 2 E" i s monotone . Then there exists an angle-small se t A C oCT) such that T is single-valued and norm-to-norm upper sem i con t inuous at each point of OCT )\A Proof. It suffices to show that the set A = {x E OCT): lim &->o+ diam T[B(x; ex)] > o} i s angle small. We can obviously wr ite A An Let = {x E {x k "} be a dense sequence in E" E > o. z( E T(Zj) Since x E An. such that IIZj" - X" II > 1/2n.

Without loss of generality, we can assume that A is weak* compact and convex. (Any weak* slice of the weak* closed convex hull of A is also a slice of A) Let O:E* ~ M* denote the quotient map; it is of norm one, onto and weak*-to-weak* continuous . Suppose that £ > O. Let B* be the unit ball of E*; since 0 is an open map, the set O(B* ) contains a neighborhood of the origin in M*. Since A is bounded, this implies that there exists 'A > 0 such that O('AB*) = 'AO(B*) :J A Let e = 'AB*no-I(A); clearly, ( is weak* compact, convex and O(e) = A By Zorn 's lemma there exists a minimal (under inclusion) set e with the se properties; let e l be such a minimal set.

X> we want to show that y £ OCT) and that Ty = y". ex £ R and let x = (y 1. Y2. • y n- l' ex. • + Ox. :::. I. :::. I and y n+ m' O. O. .. ). Since x £ OCT). terms to obta in we can expand the right side of ( .. ) and cancel a number of it follows that Yn" = 2 nYn for each n. 2 and y" = (2 nYn)' we conclude that y £ OCT) and y" = T( y) . It is conceivable that for ma x imal monotone T . any absorbing point of OCT) is actua Ily an inter ior point. A word of caution is in order at this point. Our knowledge of the structure of the domain of monotone operators is incomplete.

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