# Computer algebra 2006: latest advances in symbolic by Ilias Kotsireas, Eugene Zima By Ilias Kotsireas, Eugene Zima

Written through world-renowned specialists, the booklet is a set of instructional shows and examine papers catering to the most recent advances in symbolic summation, factorization, symbolic-numeric linear algebra and linear useful equations. The papers have been offered at a workshop celebrating the sixtieth birthday of Sergei Abramov (Russia), whose hugely influential contributions to symbolic equipment are followed in lots of prime machine algebra structures.

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Let Ae = limn→∞ An e. This deﬁnes a map A : E → F, which is evidently linear. It remains to be shown that A is continuous and An − A → 0. If ε > 0 is given, there exists a natural number N (ε)such that for all m, n ≥ N (ε) we have An −Am < ε. If e ≤ 1, this implies An e − Am e < ε, and now letting m → ∞, it follows that An e − Ae ≤ ε for all e with e ≤ 1. Thus An − A ∈ L(E, F), hence A ∈ L(E, F) and An − A ≤ ε for all n ≥ N (ε); that is, An − A → 0. If a sequence {An } converges to A in L(E, F) in the sense that An − A → 0, that is, if An → A in the norm topology, we say An → A in norm.

Proof. If A is not connected, A is the disjoint union of U1 ∩ A and U2 ∩ A where U1 and U2 are open in S. 9(i), U1 ∩ B = ∅ and U2 ∩ B = ∅, so B is not connected. We leave (ii) as an exercise. 10 Corollary. The components of a topological space are closed. Also, S is the disjoint union of its components. If S is locally connected, the components are open as well as closed. 11 Proposition. Let S be a ﬁrst countable compact Hausdorﬀ space and {An } a sequence of closed, connected subsets of S with An ⊂ An−1 .

Thus if {en + en } converges, then there exist e ∈ F, e ∈ F⊥ such that limn→∞ en = e, limn→∞ en = e . Thus lim (en + en ) = e + e ∈ F ⊕ F⊥ . n→∞ If F ⊕ F⊥ = E, then by the previous lemma there exists e0 ∈ E, e0 ∈ F ⊕ F⊥ , e0 = 0, e0 ⊥ (F ⊕ F⊥ ). Hence e0 ∈ F⊥ and e0 ∈ F so that e0 , e0 = e0 2 = 0; that is, e0 = 0, a contradiction. 1-1. Show that a normed space is an inner product space iﬀ the norm satisﬁes the parallelogram law. Conclude that if n ≥ 2, |||x||| = |xi | on Rn does not arise from an inner product.