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EN of X such that, for every U E X, (39) the place the numbers a1,"" aN ElK are uniquely decided by way of u. The numbers a1,"" aN are referred to as the elements of u. particularly, letting U = zero in (39) it follows from the individuality of the parts that a1 = ... = aN = zero, i. e. , the weather e1, ... , eN of a foundation are linearly self reliant. Proposition 2. enable N = 1,2, .... In each one N-dimensional linear area X over lK there exists a foundation {e1' ... , eN}' facts. on account that dim X = N, there exist N linearly autonomous parts e1, ... , eN of X, and N + 1 parts of X are by no means linearly self sustaining. hence, for given U E M, there are numbers f30, f31,"" f3N such that f30u + f31e1 + ... + f3NeN = zero, the place f3k -I- zero for a few okay. on the grounds that f30 = zero implies f31 = ... = f3N = zero, we get f30 -I- O. Letting aj = - ~~ we receive (39). eventually, it follows from (39) and u = ai e1 + ... + a~eN that (a1 - a~)e1 and accordingly aj -aj aj. + ... + (aN - a~)eN = zero, = zero for all j. This yields the distinctiveness of the elements Definition three. the 2 norms D II . II and II . 111 at the normed area X are 1. 12. Finite-Dimensional Banach areas and similar Norms forty three referred to as similar iff there are confident numbers a and (3 such that (40) for all u E X. Proposition four. norms on a finite-dimensional linear house X over OC are continually identical. facts. If dim X = zero, then X = {O}. as a result, the inequality (40) is chuffed trivially. allow dim X = N for mounted N = 1,2, .... consider that 11·11 is a norm on X. by means of (39), arbitrary components u and v of X permit the subsequent representations: N U N = Lajej and v=L(3jej, j=l the place aj,(3j E OC for all j. j=l Set a = (a1, ... , aN) and outline One assessments simply that I ·1100 is a norm on X. we wish to exhibit that there exist optimistic numbers a and b such that for all u E X. ( forty-one) become aware of first that Ilull N = N L ajej j=l : :; L j=l Ilajejil N the place b:= L j=l Ilejll· given that ej of. zero for all j, we get b > O. additionally, set considering that 1·100 is a norm on OC N , it follows from a(n) --+ a in OC N as n that as n --+ 00. hence, the set M is closed and bounded in OC N with recognize to M is compact in OC N . outline the functionality N ! (a1, ... ,aN):= Lajej j=l --+ 00 I . a hundred, i. e. , 44 1. Banach areas and Fixed-Point Theorems Then, 1: lK N ----; lR is continuing. This follows from N 11(0:1, ... , O:N) - 1(,81, ... ,,8N)1 L O:jej = j=l N N < L(O:j - ,8j)ej ~ 10: - ,8100 L Ilejll for all 0:,,8 E lKN. j=l j=l through the Weierstrass theorem (Proposition eight in part 1. eleven. 1), the continual functionality f: M ----; lR at the compact set M has a minimal. Denote the minimum worth of one via a. Then 1(,8) = Ilvll 2: a for all v E X with Ilvll oo = 1, the place v := L:f=l,8jej. notice that Ilvll oo = 1 implies ,8j -=I- zero for a few j. therefore a > O. For given u -=I- zero, set v := Ilull~lu. therefore for all u E X. Ilull 2: allull oo This proves inequality (41). to complete our argument, enable 11·111 be a moment norm on X. changing 11·11 with 11·111, from (41) we receive for all u E X and stuck confident numbers now from (41) and (41*).