By John B Conway

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So {x i: iei} is a subset of D having the cardinality of I; thus I must be countable. If Je is an infinite dimensional Hilbert space, then Je is separable if and only if dim Je =�0 • PROOF. Let tC be a basis for Je. If e 1 , e 2 etC, then II e 1 - e 2 ll 2 = II e 1 ll 2 + II e 2 ll 2 =2. Ye. From the discussion preceding this proposition, the assumption that :Yf is separable implies 8 is countable. The converse is an exercise. 16. Proposition. I. Hilbert Spaces 18 EXERCISES 1 . 3. 2. 4. 3. 5. 4.

4. 8. 5. Using the notation of the Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process, show that up to scalar multiple e 1 = h 1 / II h 1 II and for n � 2, e,. = II h,. - /,. ll - 1 (h,. ), where j,. is the vector defined formally by < h,. - h,. , h,. - 1 > h h,. - 1 0 In the next three exercises, the reader is asked to apply the Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Process to a given sequence in a Hilbert space. A reference for this material is pp. 82-96 of Courant and Hilbert [ 1 953]. 6. (x) = [ ! {x) = - (x 2 - 1 )".

In the next section the theory of compact self-adjoint operators will be explored. • EXERCISES 1 . 2(c). 2. Show that every operator of finite rank is compact. 3. Tf, %), show that T* e9100(%, Jf) and dim(ran T) = dim (ran T*). 4. Show that an idempotent is compact if and only if it has finite rank. II. Operators on Hilbert Space 46 5. Show that no nonzero multiplication operator on L2 (0, 1) is compact. 6. Show that if T: Jf --.... Yr is a compact operator and {en } is any orthonormal sequence in Jf, then II Ten 11 --....