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resentations as an Le-space and in this setting the class of

orthonormal set in the Hilbert space SY. A bounded linear operator T is said to be

a ...

resentations as an Le-space and in this setting the class of

**HilbertSchmidt****operators**may be defined as follows. 1 DEFINITION. Let {r, o, e A} be a completeorthonormal set in the Hilbert space SY. A bounded linear operator T is said to be

a ...

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The operator T is compact (cf. Exercise X.8.5), but it is not in HS. It has been

noted in the preceding discussion that the class of

forms a Banach algebra (without identity) under the norm || ||. It may readily be

shown ...

The operator T is compact (cf. Exercise X.8.5), but it is not in HS. It has been

noted in the preceding discussion that the class of

**Hilbert**-**Schmidt operators**forms a Banach algebra (without identity) under the norm || ||. It may readily be

shown ...

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If K is a

kernels representing K in the sense that (3) Klf1(s), f(s), . . .] = [g(s), ga(s), . . .]

where (4) g,(s) – s 'K,', t)f(t)dt, j=1 J 0 the series converging unconditionally in the

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If K is a

**Hilbert**-**Schmidt operator**in L2(A), there exists a unique set K,(s,t) ofkernels representing K in the sense that (3) Klf1(s), f(s), . . .] = [g(s), ga(s), . . .]

where (4) g,(s) – s 'K,', t)f(t)dt, j=1 J 0 the series converging unconditionally in the

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