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Consequently, the series A(2)–26(A)I = XA, A" n=2 of the preceding

converges in the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. 44 Let (S, 2, u) be a positive measure

space. Then an operator A in the Hilbert space L2(S, 2, u) is of Hilbert-Schmidt

class if ...

Consequently, the series A(2)–26(A)I = XA, A" n=2 of the preceding

**exercise**converges in the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. 44 Let (S, 2, u) be a positive measure

space. Then an operator A in the Hilbert space L2(S, 2, u) is of Hilbert-Schmidt

class if ...

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is the determinant of the (n+1)×(n+1) matrix whose elements are given by the

formulae au = 4 (s,t); 21, =4(s, sy-1), m + 1 2 j > 1: 2, 1 = 4(s;-1, t): m + 1 2 j > 1; 2,

- A(8, 1, 3,-1), n+1 = i, j > 1: determines a kernel satisfying (i) of

which ...

is the determinant of the (n+1)×(n+1) matrix whose elements are given by the

formulae au = 4 (s,t); 21, =4(s, sy-1), m + 1 2 j > 1: 2, 1 = 4(s;-1, t): m + 1 2 j > 1; 2,

- A(8, 1, 3,-1), n+1 = i, j > 1: determines a kernel satisfying (i) of

**Exercise**44,which ...

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(Hint: For (d), use Weyl's inequality,

(Halberg) Let (S, X, u) be a g-finite measure space. Let T, be a 1-parameter family

of bounded operators defined in a subinterval I of the parameter interval i < p ...

(Hint: For (d), use Weyl's inequality,

**Exercise**30.) E. Miscellaneous Earercises 50(Halberg) Let (S, X, u) be a g-finite measure space. Let T, be a 1-parameter family

of bounded operators defined in a subinterval I of the parameter interval i < p ...

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