By Anthony W. Knapp

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* Develops Fourier research and practical research with a watch towards partial differential equations

* comprises chapters on Sturm–Liouville thought, compact self-adjoint operators, Euclidean Fourier research, topological vector areas and distributions, compact and in the community compact teams, and points of partial differential equations

* comprises chapters approximately research on manifolds and foundations of probability

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The completeness assertion (a) in the statement of Sturm’s Theorem, and we are done for now except for the proof of the existence of the Green’s function G 1 . 4. Under the assumption that there is no nonzero solution of (SL) for λ = 0, there exists a continuous real-valued function G 1 (t, s) on [a, b] × [a, b] such that G 1 (t, s) = G 1 (s, t), such that the operator T1 given by b T1 f (t) = G(t, s) f (s) ds a carries the space C[a, b] of continuous functions f on [a, b] one-one onto the space D[a, b] of functions u on [a, b] satisfying (SL2) and having two continuous derivatives on [a, b], and such that L : D[a, b] → C[a, b] is a two-sided inverse function to T1 .

Since M is a closed vector subspace, it is a Hilbert space and has an orthonormal basis S. The set S must be countable since the open balls of radius 1/2 centered at the members of S are disjoint and would otherwise contradict the fact that every topological subspace of a separable topological space is Lindel¨of. Thus let us 36 II. Compact Self-Adjoint Operators list the members of S as v1 , v2 , . . For each n, let Mn be the (closed) linear span of {v1 , . . , vn }, and let E n be the orthogonal projection on Mn .

Then (1 − E n )v tends to 0, and this contradicts our estimate (1 − E n k )v ≥ 4 . For (d), ﬁrst suppose that the image of L is ﬁnite dimensional, and choose an orthonormal basis {u 1 , . . , u n } of the image. Then L(u) = nj=1 (L(u), u j )u j = n ∗ Taking the inner product with v gives (u, L ∗ (v)) = j=1 (u, L (u j ))u j . n ∗ ∗ (L(u), v) = j=1 (u, L (u j ))(u j , v). This equality shows that L (v) and n ∗ j=1 (v, u j )L (u j ) have the same inner product with every u. Thus they must be equal, and we conclude that the image of L ∗ is ﬁnite dimensional.

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