## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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It consists of ordered n - tuples x = [ Q2 , . . . , an ] of scalars dj , . . . , On and has

the

ordered n - tuples x = [ 0 , . . . , Cen ] of scalars dy , . . . , Chon with the

sup ...

It consists of ordered n - tuples x = [ Q2 , . . . , an ] of scalars dj , . . . , On and has

the

**norm**v = { } | 2 | p ] 1 / 0 . 1 = 1 3 . The space I " . is the linear space of allordered n - tuples x = [ 0 , . . . , Cen ] of scalars dy , . . . , Chon with the

**norm**lx | =sup ...

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168 ] showed that the

and only if the function X , achieves its maximum at exactly one point . Mazur ( 1 ;

p . 78 – 79 ] proved that the same condition holds in B ( S ) , that the

168 ] showed that the

**norm**in C [ 0 , 1 ] is strongly differentiable at xo € C [ 0 , 1 ] ifand only if the function X , achieves its maximum at exactly one point . Mazur ( 1 ;

p . 78 – 79 ] proved that the same condition holds in B ( S ) , that the

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21 Show that the map T defined by 1 x ( a ) ( Hardy ) ( Tf ) ( x ) = - f ( y ) dy x Jo is a

map in L , ( 0 , 00 ) of

Riesz ) poo f ( y ) , ( T } ) ( x ) = 1 Jo c + g is a map in L , ( 0 , 0 ) of

21 Show that the map T defined by 1 x ( a ) ( Hardy ) ( Tf ) ( x ) = - f ( y ) dy x Jo is a

map in L , ( 0 , 00 ) of

**norm**p / ( p - 1 ) , p > 1 , ( b ) ( Hilbert , Schur , Hardy , M .Riesz ) poo f ( y ) , ( T } ) ( x ) = 1 Jo c + g is a map in L , ( 0 , 0 ) of

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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