Entire functions uniformly bounded on balls of a Banach space

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Let X be an infinite-dimensional complex Banach space. Very recently, several results on the existence of entire functions on X bounded on a given ball B(1) subset of X and unbounded on another given ball B(2) subset of X have been obtained. In this paper we consider the problem of finding entire functions which are uniformly bounded on a collection of balls and unbounded on the balls of some other collection.
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