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linear span

[‚lin·ē·ər ′span]
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For instances, in [3], Figiel proved that for an isometry T : X [right arrow] Y between real normed spaces X and Y, there exists a linear map S : Y [right arrow] X such that S(T(x)) = x for all x [member of] X and moreover the restriction of S to the linear span of T(X) has norm 1.
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The faces include a central, primary image about 33 feet wide, and two side walls each about 11 feet wide, creating a linear span of about 55 feet.
the generalized Walsh system is not a quasi-greedy basis in its linear span [L.
lambda], may also be defined as the closed linear span in [L.
In contrast to other ancient Near Eastern peoples, (49) Israel came to understand time as a linear span (50) and developed a historical consciousness that arose out of their sense- that Yahweh journeyed with them (51) and acts in time.
The technique for this series of studies on lineability has always been sort of standard, namely an infinitely independent family of functions in R every one of which enjoys this property is constructed, and then we take the linear span of that family to generate a infinite dimensional vector space, which is usually the candidate to obtain lineability.
Essentially the same method of proof can be used to show that the dimension of the linear span <[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]> tends to infinity with k.
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