By John B Conway

ISBN-10: 0387972455

ISBN-13: 9780387972459

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Is the converse true? 7. A is compact. 8. Yr , define T: Jf --.... Jt by Tf = ( f, h ) g.

Let P and Q be projections. Show that PQ = QP if and only if P + Q - PQ is a projection. If this is the case, then ran (P + Q - PQ) = ran P + ran Q and ker(P + Q - PQ) = ker P n ker Q. 8. Give an example of two noncommuting projections. 9. Let A e &l(Jf) and let % = graph A c Jf � Jf. That is, Ji! = {h � Ah: he:Yf}. Because A is continuous and linear, % � Jf � Jf. A = Jf � (0) � Jf � Jf. Prove the following statements. A n % = (0) if and only if ker A = (0). A + % is dense in Jf � Jf if and only if ran A is dense in Jf.

Hn -+ f. )hn - (T - A)h m II and so { hn } is a Cauchy sequence. Hence hn -+ h for some h in Yf. )h = f. ) is closed and, by (2. )*] l. = Yf, by hypothesis. )h = f. )Af = f for all f in Yf. )Af I = I f 11 . So I Af I � c - 1 I f I and A is bounded. )h - h]. Since A. )h = h. )- 1 . 15. Corollary. It will be proved in a later chapter that if A. ¢ap (T) and A. -:1= 0, then A. ¢ap(T*). More will be shown about arbitrary compact operators in Chapter VI. In the next section the theory of compact self-adjoint operators will be explored.

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