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By Hans G. Kaper, Marc Garbey

ISBN-10: 0585319677

ISBN-13: 9780585319674

ISBN-10: 082478538X

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Hence E and F are not isometric. On the other hand, fix ǫ > 0. I. Gurariy and W. Lusky: Geometry of M¨ untz Spaces and Related Questions, Lect. Notes Math. com 46 3 Isomorphisms, Isometries and Embeddings 2 that there exist isomorphisms Tj : lp2j+1 → lp2j , j ≥ j0 and T0 : lp2j → l∞ with −1 ||Tj || · ||Tj || ≤ 1 + ǫ, j = 0 and j ≥ j0 . Define T : E → F by T {xj }∞ j=1 = (T0 xj0 , xj1 , . . , xj0 −1 , Tj0 xj0 +1 , Tj0 +1 xj0 +2 , . ) . Then we obtain ||T || · ||T −1 || ≤ 1 + ǫ. This proves, since ǫ > 0 was arbitrary, that E and F are almost isometric.

X∈X Since e¯ is c¯-complete there are αk , k = 1, 2, . . , n for suitable n, such that n y− k=1 We obtain, with x0 = αk ek ≤ n k=1 ǫ2 and |αk | ≤ ck ||y|| for all k . 7 Stability of Sequences 43 n ||y − x0 || ≤ ǫ2 + 2 ≤ ǫ2 + 2 ≤ ǫ2 + 1 − ǫ2 < 1 2 k=1 n k=1 |αk | · ||gk − ek || ck ǫk ||y|| contradicting inf x∈X ||y − x|| = 1. So X must be equal to E. ⊓ ⊔ We conclude this section with the following theorem due to Paley and Wiener, [115]. 4 Let e¯ = {ek }∞ k=1 be an orthonormal basis in a Hilbert space H and assume that 0 ≤ θ < 1.

Recall, we defined Li,j = span{ei , ei+1 , . . , ej } and Li,∞ = closed span{ei , ei+1 , . }. 1 e¯ is called δ-minimal if (ek , L(k) ) ≥ δk , k = 1, 2, . , for a ∞ ¯ sequence δ = {δk }k=1 of non-negative numbers. ¯ e¯ is called minimal if it is δ-minimal for some δ¯ = {δk }∞ k=1 of strictly positive numbers δk . 8). A 1-minimal system sometimes is called Auerbach system. e¯ is called separated if inf j=k (ej , ek ) > 0. Finally, e¯ is called closing if lim (ek , ek+1 ) = 0 . k→∞ Obviously, we have (“uniformly minimal” ⇒ “separated”) and (“closing” ⇒ “non-separated”) .

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