By Domingo A. Herrero
The aim of this monograph (and a moment one, through C. Apostol,
L. A. Fialkow, D. A. Herrero and D. Voiculescu that might stick to and
complete the implications contained right here) is to supply a collection of basic
arguments to house approximation difficulties (in the norm-topology)
related to these subsets of the algebra L[H) of all operators performing
on a posh separable limitless dimensional Hubert area which are
invariant less than similarities.
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