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Hilbert space operators Proceedings, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, California, 20-24 June 1977 (Lecture notes in mathematics ; 693) by

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Published by Springer-Verlag .
Written in English


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Number of Pages184
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Open LibraryOL7442715M
ISBN 100387090975
ISBN 109780387090979

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The subject of this book is operator theory on the Hardy space H 2, also called the Hardy-Hilbert is a popular area, partially because the Hardy-Hilbert space is the most natural setting for operator theory. Paul Richard Halmos, who lived a life of unbounded devotion to mathematics and to the mathematical community, died at the age of 90 on October 2, This volume is a memorial to Paul by operator th. Bounded Linear Operators on a Hilbert Space (a) If P: X! X is a projection, then X = ranP kerP. (b) If X = M N, where M and N are linear subpaces of X, then there is a projection P: X! X with ranP = M and kerP = N. Proof. To prove (a), we rst show that x 2 ranP if and only if x = Px. If. This is a problem book on Hilbert space operators (Le., on bounded linear transformations of a Hilbert space into itself) where theory and problems are investigated together. We tre!l:t only a part of the so-called single operator theory. Selected prob lems, ranging from standard textbook material to points on the boundary of the subject, are organized into twelve chapters.

This is a problem book on Hilbert space operators (Le., on bounded linear transformations of a Hilbert space into itself) where theory and problems are investigated together. We tre!l:t only a part of the so-called single operator theory. Selected prob­ lems, ranging from standard textbookBrand: Birkhäuser Basel. The book begins with elementary aspects of Invariant Subspaces for operators on Banach spaces 1. Basic properties of Hilbert Space Operators are introduced in in Chapter Chapter 2, Convergence and Stability are considered in Chapter 3, . The primarily objective of the book is to serve as a primer on the theory of bounded linear operators on separable Hilbert space. The book presents the spectral theorem as a statement on the existence of a unique continuous and measurable functional calculus. A normal operator on a complex Hilbert space H is a continuous linear operator N: H → H that commutes with its hermitian adjoint N*, that is: NN* = N*N.. Normal operators are important because the spectral theorem holds for them. Today, the class of normal operators is well understood. Examples of normal operators are unitary operators: N* = N −1; Hermitian operators .