## Linear Operators: General theory |

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It is clear that E is a

D is an orthogonal

M ...

It is clear that E is a

**projection**, i . e . , E2 = E , and that E is an orthogonal**projection**. It is the uniquely determined orthogonal**projection**with EH = M . For ifD is an orthogonal

**projection**with DH = M then ED = D and , since ( I - D ) H CHOM ...

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20 A

linear mapping E such that E2 = E is a

if the ranges of E and I - E are closed . 22 Let E be a

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**projection**has finite dimensional range if and only if it is compact . 21 Alinear mapping E such that E2 = E is a

**projection**( i . e . , is bounded ) if and onlyif the ranges of E and I - E are closed . 22 Let E be a

**projection**in the B - space X...

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. ( i ) If E is a perpendicular

that its matrix representation is ( aij ) = ( { k = Pik Pik ) , where gk = Pikék , k = 1 , . .

. , r is any orthonormal basis of M = E ( X ) . ( ii ) Let M and N have bases { aq , . .

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. ( i ) If E is a perpendicular

**projection**, showthat its matrix representation is ( aij ) = ( { k = Pik Pik ) , where gk = Pikék , k = 1 , . .

. , r is any orthonormal basis of M = E ( X ) . ( ii ) Let M and N have bases { aq , . .

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### Contents

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries 84 | 34 |

Three Basic Principles of Linear Analysis | 49 |

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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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