By Robert B. Burckel
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Many normed vector spaces that appear in practice are inﬁnitedimensional. It is more complicated to deal with linear operators on such spaces than linear operators on Rn . The following deﬁnition presents a condition that allows us to work with linear operators on normed vector spaces almost like with linear operators on Rn ; for the case of a linear operator on a ﬁnite-dimensional vector space, the condition is automatically satisﬁed. 1 (Bounded linear operator) Let V1 and V2 be normed spaces.
4 (Diﬀerentiation operator) Consider the vector space 1 C 1 [0, ] := 2 1 f : [0, ] → C 2 f is diﬀerentiable and f is continuous . Then C 1 [0, 12 ] is a subspace of C[0, 12 ]. We now equip the spaces C[0, 12 ] and C 1 [0, 12 ] with the supremums-norm, and consider the mapping 1 1 1 D : C 1 [0, ] → C[0, ], (Df )(x) := f (x), x ∈ [0, ]. 2 2 2 Then D is a linear unbounded operator. We will now deﬁne some of the central concepts related to linear operators. The reader will notice that they are similar to concepts that are studied in linear algebra.
44 2. 4. Given δ > 0, put ∞ g(x) := δ 1 1 xn , x ∈ [0, ]. n + 1 2 n=1 (i) Show that g ∈ B(0, δ). (ii) Use (i) to conclude that W cannot be an open subset of C[0, 12 ]. 9 Let W be a subspace of a normed vector space V. Show that the closure W is the smallest closed subspace of V that contains W. 10 Consider the linear map T : R2 → R2 , T x1 x2 = 2x1 − x2 x1 + x2 . Equip R2 with the canonical norm, and answer the following: (i) Is T injective? (ii) Is T surjective? (iii) Is T an isometry? 11 Consider the linear map x1 x2 T : R2 → R2 , T ⎛ =⎝ 1 3 x1 − + 2 3 x1 + 2 3 x2 1 3 x2 ⎞ ⎠.