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Linear Operators in Function Space

12th International Conference on Operator Theory, Timisoara (Operator Theory Advances and Applications)

by Romania) Conference on Operator Theory (12th : 1988 : Timisoara

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Published by Birkhauser .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Linear Operators,
  • Calculus,
  • Mathematics,
  • Congresses,
  • Function spaces

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBela Szokefalvi-Nagy (Editor), Florian-Horia Vasilescu (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8074145M
    ISBN 100817623434
    ISBN 109780817623432

    Linear operators -- Congresses. Function spaces -- Congresses. Opérateurs linéaires -- Congrès. Espaces fonctionnels -- Congrès. Opérateurs, Théorie des -- Congrès. Function spaces. Linear operators. Function spaces -- Congresses; Linear operators -- Congresses. Selected Preserver Problems on Algebraic Structures of Linear Operators and on Function Spaces. Authors (view affiliations) Lajos Molnár; Book. 1 Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-IXL. PDF. Some Linear and Multiplicative Preserver Problems on Operator Algebras and Function .

    linear functions; results about linear operators which are needed in these notes will be quoted as needed. 2 Banach Spaces Let Ebe a real (or complex) vector space which is equipped with a norm kk, i.e. a function kk: E→ R+ having the properties: i) kuk .   The problems involved in Banach spaces are of different types: the geometry of the unit ball, the geometry of subspaces, the linear topological classification, series and sequences in Banach spaces, best approximations in Banach spaces, functions with values in a Banach space, etc. Regarding the theory of operators in Banach spaces it should be.

    The purpose of Chapter 5 is to study the spectrum of a bounded linear operator on a real or complex Banach space. A rst preparatory section discusses complex Banach spaces and the complexi cations of real Banach spaces, the integrals of continuous Banach space valued functions on com-pact intervals, and holomorphic operator valued functions. As natural as these conventions are, they will create havoc as soon as we consider adjoints of operators between a Banach space and a Hilbert space. To avoid this problem, we follow the convention in [19] and replace V′, the space of bounded linear functionals, by V*, the space of bounded antilinear functionals on V, which satisfy.


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