compact operator

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compact operator

[¦käm‚pakt ′äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(mathematics)
A linear transformation from one normed vector space to another, with the property that the image of every bounded set has a compact closure.
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Besides, using the Arzela Ascoli theorem and the standard arguments, one can easily show that T : p [right arrow] p is completely continuous operator.
1]) [right arrow] K is completely continuous operator such that either
Proof: Let T be the cone preserving, completely continuous operator defined as in (2.
Keywords: Time scale, delta and nabla derivatives and integrals, Green's function, completely continuous operator, eigenfunction expansion.
Next in Section 3 it is shown, by using the Hilbert-Schmidt theorem on symmetric completely continuous operators, that the eigenvalue problem (1.
Then A : K [right arrow] K is a completely continuous operator.
rho]] [intersection] P [right arrow] P be a completely continuous operator, i(A,[B.
1]) [right arrow] K is completely continuous operator such that either (i) [parallel]Au[parallel] [less than or equal to] [parallel]u[parallel], u [member of] k [intersection] [partial derivative][[OMEGA].
Representing completely continuous operators through weakly [infinity]-compact operators.
Moshtaghioun introduced the class of limited completely continuous operators, and characterized this class of operators and studied some of its properties in [12].
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Next, we give an existence result based upon the following form of fixed point theorem applied to completely continuous operators [20].

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