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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
13
accepted linear map of bounded sets into bounded sets implies a bounded operator
Jan
13
asked linear map of bounded sets into bounded sets implies a bounded operator
Jan
8
accepted Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
Jan
7
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
7
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!
Jan
7
asked Innerproduct in space of holomorphic functions
Dec
7
comment Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
ah good! :) thanks
Dec
7
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
7
comment Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
What is meant by $suppf_n\subset(\frac{1}{2},1)$?
Dec
5
asked completely continuous implies compact
Dec
5
asked Is this operator compact and how do I prove it?
Dec
5
accepted The dual space as finite dimensional subspace
Nov
30
comment The dual space as finite dimensional subspace
I was a bit unsure that this description of the situation was correct, so wanted to put it here to make sure.
Nov
30
asked The dual space as finite dimensional subspace
Nov
27
accepted Image of innerproduct unordered field?!
Nov
13
asked why use limsuperior in this inequality?
Sep
25
comment $\lim \limits_{t \to a} \int_{c}^{d} f(t, s) ds= \int_{c}^{d} \lim \limits_{t \to a} f(t,s) ds$?
ok why? And can you please also comment what is wrong with my argument above?
Sep
25
asked $\lim \limits_{t \to a} \int_{c}^{d} f(t, s) ds= \int_{c}^{d} \lim \limits_{t \to a} f(t,s) ds$?
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling