By John B Conway

ISBN-10: 0387972455

ISBN-13: 9780387972459

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C) 1::= 1 I (X,. I < oo . 19 §5. Isomorphic Hilbert Spaces and the Fourier Transform 1 3. A = V 8. A, show that Ph = "L { ( h, e ) e: eel} for every h in Jf. 14. Let A. ). Find II z" II , n � 0. )? • • • • • • 1 5. In the proof of (4. 14), show that if either e or '1 is finite, then e = '1· 16. If Jf is an infinite dimensional Hilbert space, show that no orthonormal basis for Jf is a Hamel basis. Show that a Hamel basis is uncountable. 1 7. l be a regular Borel measure on Rd. Show that L2(J,L) is separable.

Hence Eh = Ph by uniqueness. 7), I E I � 1 . But Eh = h for h in ran E, so I E I = 1 . l . Now ran(J - E) = ker E, so h - Eheker E. Hence 0 = ( h - Eh, h· ) = II h II 2 - ( Eh, h ) . l , II h - Eh I 2 = I h II 2 - 2 Re ( Eh, h ) + II Eh I 2 = 0. l ker(/ - E) = ran E. l . L. L and E is a projection. c: = = II. l . Hence ( Eh, h ) = ( E(h 1 + h 2 ), h 1 + h 2 ) = ( Eh 1 , h 1 ) = ( h 1 , h 1 ) = II h 1 11 2 � 0. (f) => (a): Let h 1 eran E and h 2 eker E. Then by (f), O � ( E(h 1 + h 2), h 1 + h 2 ) = ( h 1 , h 1 ) + ( h 1 , h 2 ) .

Cardinality. If Je is a Hilbert space, any two bases have the same PROOF. Let tC and � be two bases for Je and put e =the cardinality of tC, '1 =the cardinality of�- If e or '1 is finite, then e ='1 (Exercise 15). Suppose both e and '7 are infinite. Fore in tC, let �e = {f e �: (e, f) =F 0 } ; so �e is countable. 13b), each f in � belongs to at least one set �e' e in tC. • That is, � = u {�e: eetC }. 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.

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