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I am a PhD student at University of Alberta.


Jul
13
accepted Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
Jul
13
comment Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
Thanks very much!
Jul
13
comment Convolution of $L^1(G)$ functions with elements of $M(G)$.
Thanks Norbert. Can you refer me to where I might find the proof that $e_{\alpha}\to \delta_{e}$?
Jul
2
awarded  Socratic
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jun
19
comment Relationship between $T$ and $T^{*}$ for $T\in B(H)$
My previous comment suggested I was confused. What I should have said was that $\left(\text{im}(T^{*})^{\perp}\right)^{\perp} = \overline{\text{im}(T^{*})}$.
Jun
19
asked Relationship between $T$ and $T^{*}$ for $T\in B(H)$
Jun
10
comment Concluding that a linear operator on a Hilbert space is invertible
Thanks for the direct argument. :)
Jun
10
accepted Concluding that a linear operator on a Hilbert space is invertible
Jun
9
comment Concluding that a linear operator on a Hilbert space is invertible
Thanks for this!
Jun
9
asked Concluding that a linear operator on a Hilbert space is invertible
Jun
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Product of more than two subgroups
May
29
comment Containing a net with a compact set.
The context of my problem was I needed to be working in a compact set to apply a result. I think the solution (to my unposted problem) is to take a relatively compact neighborhood of $x$, and work with the subnet of terms that lie within it.
May
29
awarded  Custodian
May
29
accepted Containing a net with a compact set.
May
29
comment Containing a net with a compact set.
$G$ need not be compact. But going back to the closure of $(x_{\alpha})$. Need this be compact?
May
29
accepted Verifying an inequality using Elementary Calculus
May
29
asked Containing a net with a compact set.
May
26
comment Verifying an inequality using Elementary Calculus
Thanks! Sorry for slow response!