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comment Determining if a binary string represents a prime integer
Thanks for all the comments. Indeed my conversion of the given number was false.
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comment Determining if a binary string represents a prime integer
Thanks for answering the question. Perhaps I would have seen it more clearly if I would have correctly converted 11101 to binary. :)
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comment Specific Example of a bounded operator on $\ell^{p}$
Thanks so much this is perfect.
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comment Measure space of cartesian product
From your explanation it seems that we can do no better, thanks!
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comment Measure space of cartesian product
If you're asking me for the definition of $M(X)$, its the space of all complex regular Borel measures on $X$, normed by total variation. If you're asking about how to map $X$ into $M(X)$, there is an injective map $X\mapsto M(X)$ sending each $x\in X$ to the corresponding point mass measure $\delta_{x}$.
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comment Computing complex or irrational powers of the modular operator
I can't find an exact reference, but when you say "satisfy the spectral theorem", do you just mean that they have spectral measures?