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normal operator

[′nȯr·məl ′äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(mathematics)
A linear operator where composing it with its adjoint operator in either order gives the same result. Also known as normal transformation.
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If T is a normal operator in B(H), the set of all bounded operators on a Hilbert space H, then it has a number of interesting properties, among which are the following
Unlike the normal operator of Wang (2000), this Student-t distortion allows for skewness that translates into large losses as well as large gains being inflated under the distorted probability.
This movement method reduces friction, requiring a mere fraction of the normal operator effort to move the load.
It is possible to define a normal operator in separable Hilbert space whose eigenspace consists out of a set of chains that are put together from granules.
In the case of a normal operator T acting on a Hilbert space, Berkani [5, Theorem 4.
He had started his descent too late and as a result flew the Boeing 737 "outside normal operator and manufacturer's parameters" as he came in to land.
orthogonal polynomials, Hessenberg's matrix, normal operator.
The normal operator interface with the ABC is through the remote computer.
Furthermore, cloud platforms would normally come embedded with their own security models which act as a second level of security behind the normal operator security firewalls.
Therefore, we start proving a more general theorem where the two operators in question can be either symmetric or normal (or both), also allowing a pair of one symmetric and one normal operator.
Let N and M be two normal operators such that AN = MA.
Selig studies extensions of uncertainty principles to symmetric operators and to normal operators and in various function spaces.