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By P.R. Halmos

From the Preface: "This e-book was once written for the lively reader. the 1st half involves difficulties, often preceded via definitions and motivation, and infrequently by means of corollaries and ancient remarks... the second one half, a truly brief one, includes hints... The 3rd half, the longest, comprises suggestions: proofs, solutions, or contructions, counting on the character of the problem....

This isn't an creation to Hilbert house idea. a few wisdom of that topic is a prerequisite: at the least, a examine of the weather of Hilbert house thought may still continue simultaneously with the analyzing of this book."

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There exists an operator A (on a separable infinitedimensional Hilbert space) with II A II ~ 7r and with matrix (l/(i j 1» (i,j = 0,1,2, ... ). + + The matrix is named after Hilbert; the norm of the matrix is in fact equal to 7r (Hardy-Littlewood-P6Iya [1934, p. 226J). Chapter 5. Boundedness and invertibility 39. Boundedness on bases. Boundedness is a useful and natural condition, but it is a very strong condition on a linear transformation. The condition has a profound effect throughout operator theory, from its mildest algebraic aspects to its most complicated topological ones.

57J). The theorem does not make the subject of closed but unbounded linear transformations trivial. Such transformations occur frequently in the applications of functional analysis; what the closed graph theorem says is that they can occur on incomplete inner-product spaces only (or non-closed linear manifolds in Hilbert spaces) . 45. Unbounded symmetric transformations. A linear transformation A (not necessarily bounded) on an inner-product space H (not necessarily complete) is called symmetric if (Af,g) = (f,Ag) for allf and g in H.

Al~l' a2~2, a3~3, ••• ). , a bounded linear transformation of l2 into itself) , then the sequence Ian} is bounded. What happens if the boundedness assumption on A is dropped? Problem 47. Can an unbounded sequence of scalars induce a (possibly unbounded) transformation of 12 into itself? , that if (h, ~2, ~3, ••• ) E l2, then (alh, a2~2, a3~3, ••• ) E l2. The question should be compared with Problem 22. That problem considered sequences that multiply l2 into {l (and concluded that they must belong to /2); this one considers sequences that multiply l2 into l2 (and asks whether they must belong to leo).