## Linear Operators: General theory |

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x*\ = 1 and x*x = \x\. Proof. Apply Lemma 12 with 2J = 0. The x* required in the

present

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**Corollary**. For every x ^ 0 in a normed linear space X, there is an x* e X* with \x*\ = 1 and x*x = \x\. Proof. Apply Lemma 12 with 2J = 0. The x* required in the

present

**corollary**may then be defined as \x\ times the x* whose existence is ...Page 188

Q.E.D. As in the case of finite measure spaces we shall call the measure space (

S, E, fi) constructed in

-product measure space and write (S, E, fi) = Pit US* Et.fr). The best known ...

Q.E.D. As in the case of finite measure spaces we shall call the measure space (

S, E, fi) constructed in

**Corollary**6 from the cr-finite measure spaces (S(, Zt, [if) the-product measure space and write (S, E, fi) = Pit US* Et.fr). The best known ...

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the manifold {x\Tx = x) of fixed points of T. The complementary projection has the

closure of (I—T)H for its range. Proof. Since (I-T)A(n) = (I—Tn)jn, the identity ...

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**Corollary**. When the strong limit E = limn A(n) exists it is a projection of H uponthe manifold {x\Tx = x) of fixed points of T. The complementary projection has the

closure of (I—T)H for its range. Proof. Since (I-T)A(n) = (I—Tn)jn, the identity ...

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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Linear Operators, Part 1 Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz,William G. Bade,Robert G. Bartle Snippet view - 1958 |

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