Recently, harmonic functions and frequently universal harmonic functions on a tree T have been studied, taking values on a separable Fréchet space E over the field C or R. In the present paper, we allow the functions to take values in a vector space E over a rather general field F. The metric of the separable topological vector space E is translation invariant and instead of harmonic functions we can also study more general functions defined by linear combinations with coefficients in F. We don't assume that E is complete and therefore we present an argument avoiding Baire's theorem.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Applied Mathematics
- Boundary of the tree
- Frequent universality
- Topological and algebraic genericity