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Isomorphic Hilbert Spaces and the Fourier Transform 21 If :tl is a Hilbert space with a basis IF, :tl is isomorphic to l 2 (1F). If dim Jr = dim :tl, 8 and IF have the same cardinality; it is easy to see that 12 (8) and l 2(1F) must be isomorphic. Therefore Jr and :tl are isomorphic . 5. Corollary. morphic. J All separable infinite dimensional Hilbert spaces are iso This section concludes with a rather important example of an isomor phism, the Fourier transform on the circle. le proof of the next result can be found as an Exercise on p.

A 2 P 1 + a 3 P 2 + · · · = ( (a 2 , a 3 , • • • ), (P 1 , P 2 , • . ) ). Since this holds for every (Pn), the result is proved. • PROOF. The operator S in (2. 1 0) is called the unilateral shift and the operator S* is called the backward shift. The operation of taking the adjoint of an operator is, as the reader may have seen from the examples above, analogous to taking the conjugate of a complex number. It is good to keep the analogy in mind, but do not become too religious about it.

If 1 � j � n, 1 � i � m, let aii = ( Aei' ei ) . Then the m x n matrix (aii) represents A and every such matrix represents an element of fJI(Jt, $"). 3. Example. • • • . • • m Let 1 2 = 12 (1N) and let e 1 , e 2 , be its usual basis. If A efJI(/ 2 ), form aii = ( Aei ' ei ) . The infinite matrix ( aii) represents A as finite matrices represent operators on finite dimensional spaces. However, this representa tion has limited value unless the matrix has a special form. One difficulty is that it is unknown how to find the norm of A in terms of the entries in the matrix.