By John B Conway

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The operator A is compact if and only if an -+ 0 as n -+ oo . PROOF. 8). Let Pn be the projection of Jf onto V { e 1 , , en }. Then A n = A - APn is seen to be diagonalizable with A nei = cxi ei if j > n and A nei = 0 if j � n. So APn E�00(Jf) and I A n I = s up { I cxi I : j > n }. 6. Proposition. = • • • 43 §4. Compact Operators it is the limit of a sequence of finite-rank operators. 5 implies I A n I -+ 0; hence cxn -+ 0. 7. Proposition. ), f (Kf)(x) = k(x, y)f(y)dJ-L (y) is a compact opera tor and II K II � II k II 2 .

3), if then I A ll = sup { II Ah ll : he:Yt, ll h ll � 1}, II A II = sup { II Ah II : II h II = 1 } = sup { II Ah Il l II h II : h # 0 } = inf{ c > 0: II Ah II � c II h II , h in Jt}. Also, I Ah I � I A I I h II . I A II is called the norm of A and a linear transformation with finite norm is called bounded. Let fJI(Jt, $") be the set of bounded linear transformations from Jt into $". For Jt $", fJI(Jt, Jt) = fJI(Jt). Note that fJI(Jt, F) = all the bounded linear functionals on Jt. = (a) If A and BefJI(Jt, $"), then A + BefJI(Jt, $"), and II A + B II � II A ll + II B II .

1 1. Definition. With the notation above, the sum L {h i : the net iei} converges if { hp: F e/F} converges; the value of the sum is the limit of the net. If Jf = F', the definition above gives meaning to an uncountable sum of scalars. 10 can be given its precise meaning; namely, L { I ( h, e ) 1 2 : ee&} converges and the value � II h 11 2 (Exercise 9). 11 is countable, then this definition of convergent sum is not the usual one. That is, if { hn } is a sequence in Jf, then the convergence of L { hn : neN} is not equivalent to the convergence of :L: 1 hn .