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14. EXAMPLES. The simplest examples of regular operators are those which are represented by nonsingular matrices on finite dimensional vector spaces. Another type is defined on C[-l,l] by multiplication by any nonzero continuous function. Unfortunately a large and very interesting class of operators, those defined by differentiation, are not regular, even if they possess an inverse. Their domains must be restricted to sufficiently differentiable functions, and therefore are not the entire space.
Lor all x y in X. )y + (l/)')Ax, which is of the form of the previous theorem. n+l)y. n+I). I-A)-I is defined for all y in proved 1, 2 and 3 in reverse order. 5. bera. If EXAMPLES. 1. 1-IIAn] , X and is bounded. -c)]y. This, of course, is valid for all ). ~ c. 4 only shows the CHAPTER III 44 IAI > lei. equation is solvable if In that case, ~ (c n /A n + 1 )y. -c) 2. A VOLTERRA EQUATION. This example is so important it deserves to have its own section number. It is quite vital to what lies ahead.
II fll = 4. C[O,I], with norm forms a normed linear space, but that space is not complete. To show not, let fn be defined by tIt) - Then ret 1 + -2 1) n 0 :5 t :5 1- ~ , 1 _1< t 2 1 n - 2 :5 t :5 1. <1 - 2 CHAPTER II 30 which approa'ches sequence. 0. as n approaches Thus (fn}~ is a Cauchy But its limit. fIt) ( 0. 1. 1]. This sort of occurrence. the failure of a normed linear space to be complete. is quite common. especially if the elements have such properties such as being several times differentiable.