A Course in Functional Analysis by John B Conway

By John B Conway

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Hence '1 � e · �0 =e. Ye. 15. Definition. The If (X, d) is a metric space that is separable and {Bi =B(x i; ei ): iei} is a collection of pairwise disjoint open balls in X, then I must be countable. Indeed, if D is a countable dense subset of X, Bi n D =F D for each i in I. Thus there is a point x i in Bi n D. So {x i: iei} is a subset of D having the cardinality of I; thus I must be countable. If Je is an infinite dimensional Hilbert space, then Je is separable if and only if dim Je =�0 • PROOF.

This operator is called the bilateral shift. • • . 12. Let Jl = Area measure on D = {ze

Thus, A is unique. 2. Theorem. ,. 3) is called the adjoint of A and is denoted by B = A*. Te, �). There is one notable exception. 4. Definition. 32 II. Operators on Hilbert Space If U e�(Yt', %), then U is an isomorphism if and only if U is invertible and U - 1 = U*. PROOF. Exercise. 5. Proposition. From now on we will examine and prove results for the adjoint of operators in �(Yt'). Often, as in the next proposition, there are analogous results for the adjoint of operators in �(Yt', %). This simplification is justified, however, by the cleaner statements that result.

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