## Linear Operators: General theory |

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If T is a

If T is a

**linear operator**on X to X , it is said to be a**linear operator**in X. For such operators the symbol T2 is used for TT , and , inductively , T » for Tn - IT . The symbol I is used for the identity operator , Ix X , and 0 for the ...Page 45

If T is a

If T is a

**linear operator**, then it can be shown that the determinants of the matrices of T in terms of any two bases are equal , and so we may and shall call their common value the determinant of T , denoted by det ( T ) .Page 494

It is clear that the operator T , defined by ( b ) , is a bounded

It is clear that the operator T , defined by ( b ) , is a bounded

**linear operator**on C ( S ) to X whose adjoint T * is given by ( d ) . From IV.10.2 we conclude that T * maps the unit sphere of X * into a conditionally weakly compact ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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