# Classical Banach spaces I, II by J. Lindenstrauss, L. Tzafriri

By J. Lindenstrauss, L. Tzafriri

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Example text

Proof. Consider the Unitary matrix U such that Ux1 D 1 x1 and x2 D 2 x2 , where x1 ; x2 are Eigen vectors corresponding to the distinct Eigen values 1 and 2 . Consider . 1 x1 /H . Ux1 / D x1 H x1 ) 1 2 x1 H x1 D x1 H x1 ) . 1 2 1/x1 H x1 D 0 ) x1 H x1 D 0 ŒBecause . 23. Ä AD 0:7071 0:7071i 0:7071 0:7071i 1. Note that the columns of the matrix are orthonormal to each other. i:e:/ AH A D 0 1 2. The Eigen values of the matrix A are 0:9659 C 0:2588i and 0:2588 0:9659i. Note that the magnitude of the Eigen values are 1.

See property 1/ kUxk D k xk D sqrt.. x/H . x H D j jkxk H x/ D sqrt.. x H x// D k kkxk ) kxk D j jkxk )j jD1 Hence proved. 6. Eigen vectors corresponding to distinct Eigen values are orthogonal. Proof. Consider the Unitary matrix U such that Ux1 D 1 x1 and x2 D 2 x2 , where x1 ; x2 are Eigen vectors corresponding to the distinct Eigen values 1 and 2 . Consider . 1 x1 /H . Ux1 / D x1 H x1 ) 1 2 x1 H x1 D x1 H x1 ) . 1 2 1/x1 H x1 D 0 ) x1 H x1 D 0 ŒBecause . 23. Ä AD 0:7071 0:7071i 0:7071 0:7071i 1.

Consider the matrix of the form 3 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 64 5 6 0 0 0 7 7 Ä 6 7 6 A 0 67 8 9 0 0 0 7 ; where C D6 7D 60 0 0 10 11 127 0 B 7 6 40 0 0 13 14 155 0 0 0 16 17 18 2 3 2 3 1 2 3 10 11 12 A D 44 5 65 B D 413 14 155 7 8 9 16 17 18 Eigen vectors of the matrix A (Arranged column wise) are given as 2 0:2320 4 0:5253 0:8187 0:7858 0:0868 0:6123 3 0:4082 0:81655 0:4082 Similarly Eigen vectors of the matrix B (Arranged column wise) are given as 2 0:4482 4 0:5689 0:6896 0:7392 0:0333 0:6727 3 0:4082 0:81655 0:4082 The Eigen vectors of the matrix C are obtained as follows.