## Linear Operators: General theory |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 87

Page 103

For an example of such a function , let S = [ 0 , 1 ) and E be the field of finite

unions of intervals I = ( a , b ) , o sa < b < 1 , with u ( I ) = b - a as in Section 1 . Let

R

F ...

For an example of such a function , let S = [ 0 , 1 ) and E be the field of finite

unions of intervals I = ( a , b ) , o sa < b < 1 , with u ( I ) = b - a as in Section 1 . Let

R

**denote**the set of rational points in S . For r = plq e R in lowest terms , we defineF ...

Page 142

Throughout the proof the symbol E with or without subscripts will

E , the symbol M with or without subscripts will

= 0 , and N with or without subscripts will

...

Throughout the proof the symbol E with or without subscripts will

**denote**a set inE , the symbol M with or without subscripts will

**denote**a set in for which v ( u , M )= 0 , and N with or without subscripts will

**denote**a subset of a set M . To see that...

Page 469

Let S ;

, Xn . Let æ

1 / 2 , and x ;

Let S ;

**denote**the unit sphere in the space of variables x , , . . . , Wi - J , Xi + 1 , . . ., Xn . Let æ

**denote**the positive square root { 1 - ( x + . . . + x ; _ + x + + . . . + x2 ) }1 / 2 , and x ;

**denote**the corresponding negative square root ; let po**denote**the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

Copyright | |

31 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

algebra Amer analytic applied arbitrary assumed B-space Banach spaces bounded called clear closed compact operator complex condition Consequently constant contains continuous functions converges convex convex set Corollary countably additive defined DEFINITION denote dense determined differential dimensional disjoint domain element equation equivalent everywhere Exercise exists extension field finite follows formula function defined function f given Hence Hilbert space identity implies inequality integral interval Lebesgue Lemma limit linear functional linear operator linear space Math neighborhood norm operator operator topology problem projection PROOF properties proved range reflexive representation respect satisfies scalar seen semi-group separable sequence set function Show shown statement subset subspace sufficient Suppose Theorem theory topology u-measurable uniform uniformly unique unit sphere valued vector weak weakly compact zero