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asked Order of center of character
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awarded  Curious
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revised Classification of closed surfaces
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revised Classification of closed surfaces
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asked Classification of closed surfaces
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asked Why is character sum of eigenvalues?
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Jan
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accepted linear map of bounded sets into bounded sets implies a bounded operator
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asked linear map of bounded sets into bounded sets implies a bounded operator
Jan
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accepted Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
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comment Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
Ok! So I'm using this to vertify Parsevals formula but what is even the $L^{2}$ norm of $f$ given in the coefficents in the power series expansion of $f$?
Jan
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comment Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
using the formula for $a_n$ given I had no problem showing that the sequence is orthonormal. But I don't understand how the autor came up with the expression $a_n$ for the innerproduct and this is what I wonder!
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asked Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
Dec
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comment Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
ah good! :) thanks
Dec
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comment Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
I got a bit confused. Isn't the statement that if $f_n\rightarrow f$ then $Tf_n \rightarrow Tf$ just continuity of $T$ and hence your conclusion of this not being the case contradicting the continuity of $T$. But $T$ is clearly a bounded operator and hence continuous? Please help me if I am misunderstanding!
Dec
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comment Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
What is meant by $suppf_n\subset(\frac{1}{2},1)$?
Dec
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asked completely continuous implies compact
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asked Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
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accepted The dual space as finite dimensional subspace