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I am a student studying mathematics.


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revised Fundamental group of the special orthogonal group SO(n)
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answered Fundamental group of the special orthogonal group SO(n)
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comment Is Fredholm operator always a closed map?
Oh, I mean one that maps closed set to a closed one.
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comment Is Fredholm operator always a closed map?
I don't think your claim is true, since in the definition of Fredholm operator, we usually need to assume the image $f(A)$ is closed in $F$.
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asked Is Fredholm operator always a closed map?
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revised The limit of the derivative of an increasing and bounded function is always $0$?
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accepted The limit of the derivative of an increasing and bounded function is always $0$?
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revised Positive function approximation
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asked Positive function approximation
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accepted Is the dual of a complete topological vector space always complete?
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comment Is the dual of a complete topological vector space always complete?
What is $\sigma (X,X^*)$? Also, just now I found an exercise in a functional analysis book says that if the topology of $X$ is induced by (countably many) seminorms, then $X′$ is complete (even true when $X$ is not complete). Anyway, thank you!
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comment Is the dual of a complete topological vector space always complete?
Oh, you mean the product topology on the product space. But I don't agree with one of your claims, just think about the Schwartz class, the space of rapidly decreasing functions, its topology is induced by countably many norms, and its dual, the space of tempered distributions, is complete yet.
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comment Is the dual of a complete topological vector space always complete?
So the topology you give $\mathbb{C}^X$ is pointwise convergence? If I assume the topology of $X$ is induced by (countably many) seminorms, then is $X'$ complete?
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asked Is the dual of a complete topological vector space always complete?