Banach spaces and Fredholm theory (MAGIC043) |
GeneralDescription
The course studies Banach spaces and operators acting on them, thus providing an introduction to an important branch of modern infinite-dimensional linear analysis.
To be precise, the starting point of the course is the following classical theorem of F. Riesz.
Let T be a compact operator on a Banach space X, and let I be the identity operator on X. Then:
SemesterSpring 2018 (Monday, January 22 to Friday, March 16; Monday, April 23 to Friday, May 4) Timetable
PrerequisitesBasic knowledge of functional analysis, up to and including the Open Mapping Theorem and the Hahn-Banach Theorem; MAGIC061 covers this, and much more.
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