## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 13Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

**Banach space**X ,and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

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Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

**Banach space**X ,and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

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Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

Let B ( X ) denote the class of bounded linear operators on a

**Banach space**X ,and C ( X ) the subcollection of compact operators on X . The general question of

interest is the existence of a best approximant to a given operator T in B ( X ) from

...

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Catalysis Industrial 721 | 6 |

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Artificial Intelligence 43 Auger Electron Spectroscopy | 395 |

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