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Banach duality and filling norms. In the last section, we defined the Gersten boundary norm, and identified its dual space. 56 lets us reinterpret the Gersten boundary norm in terms of quasimorphisms. 66. Let a ∈ [G, G] so that a ∈ B1 as a cycle. Then a B = sup 1 (G;R) b φ∈Q(G)/H |φ(a)| D(φ) To relate the Gersten norm to stable commutator length, we must homogenize. 67. Define the filling norm, denoted fill(a) to be the homogenization of a B . 68. Some authors refer to fill(·) as the stable filling norm, to distinguish it from the Gersten filling norm.
The space Q/H 1 with its defect norm is a Banach space, and is isometric to the dual of C2l1 /Z 2 with its L1 norm. Proof. 56, we know that Q/H 1 with its defect norm is the dual of B1 with its · B norm, which by definition is equal to the dual of C2 /Z2 with its L1 norm. If X is a normed vector space, and Y is a closed normed vector subspace, the dual (X/Y )′ is isometrically isomorphic to the dual (X/Y )′ where the overline denotes completion with respect to the norm. In our case, C2l1 and Z 2 are the completions of C2 and Z2 in the L1 norm, so the second claim of the corollary follows.
Many authors also use the terminology “translation number” or “translab tion quasimorphism” for rot on G. 3. 40. rot is a quasimorphism on G. Proof. Since Z is central, rot(Z n a) = n + rot(a) for all a. Given arbitrary a, b, write a = Z n a′ , b = Z m b′ where 0 ≤ a′ (0) < 1 and 0 ≤ b′ (0) < 1. Of course this implies ab = Z m+n a′ b′ . Then 0 ≤ rot(a′ ) + rot(b′ ) ≤ 2, 0 ≤ rot(a′ b′ ) ≤ 2 and one obtains the estimate D(rot) ≤ 2. In fact, one can obtain more precise information. 41. For all p ∈ R and a, b ∈ G there is an inequality p − 2 < [a, b](p) < p + 2 Proof.