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### help with showing completeness

Let $\left\{H_n\right\}_{n=1}^\infty$ be a sequence of Hilbert spaces and let $H=\left\{\left\{x_n\right\}:x_n\in H_n, \sum ||x_n||^2<\infty \right\}$. Define the inner product as ...
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### Nilpotents of order 2 are dense in the strong operator topology

I need some help with this homework problem. (The Hilbert space in question is $\ell^2(\mathbb{N})$.) I let $T \in \mathcal{B}(\mathcal{H})$ and looked at a basic nbhd in the strong operator topology ...
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### From analysis of realvalued functions to analysis of Hilbert/Banach-valued functions

Does anybody know of a text (doesn't matter which form: article, book etc. - anything's welcome) in which it is described which result from real analysis also hold for Hilbert/Banach spaces ? I'm ...
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### An inner product on a space of linear maps

Let $V$ and $H$ be two complex Hilbert spaces. We suppose $V$ to be finite-dimensional. I'd like to understand the structure of Hilbert space on the space of linear mappings $\mathrm{Hom}(V,H)$. ...
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### a question on decreasing sequence of subspaces

Let $V$ to be an infinite dimensional linear space over some field $k$. (you can take $k=\mathbb{C}$, or further assume $V$ is a complex Hilbert space). And assume $W$ is a finite dimensional ...
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### Why is a self-dual Hilbert $\text{B}$-module a conjugate space?

From p.$455$ of Inner Product Modules over $B$-Algebras by W.L. Paschkle: Proposition 3.8. Suppose that $\text{B}$ is a Von Neumann algebra and $X$ is a self-dual hilbert $\text{B}$-module. Then ...
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### On the weak and strong convergence of an iterative sequence

I have some difficulties in the following problem. I would like to thank for all kind help and construction. Let $H$ be an infinite dimensional real Hilbert space and $F: H\rightarrow H$ be a ...
### For any sequence in $L^2$ there is a function in $L^2$ s.t. is not orthogonal to any point of the sequence
How to prove that for any sequence $(f_n) \subset L^2[0,1]\setminus \{0\}$ there is a function $g \in L^2[0,1]$ such that $$\int f_n g dx \neq0\ \forall n\geq 1?$$ I tried to use a weak limit of ...