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2 (Banach space). , if every Cauchy sequence is convergent with respect to the norm k kX . "/. 3 (dual space). We denote by X the dual space of a Banach space X, which is the Banach space of all bounded (continuous) linear functionals x W X ! 4 (dual pairing). x/: In norms and dual pairings, when clear from the context, we will omit the indices indicating the spaces. 27. 5 (annihilator). Let X be a Banach space and let M Â X, N Â X be subspaces of X, X , respectively. The annihilators M ? Â X and ?

Xi / for all other i and iD1 jyi j D 1. xi /, for exactly one i such that jxi j D kxk1 and yi D 0 for all other i . For more details we refer to [213, 216]. 31. e. N /, where N is the dimension of the vector space under consideration. N 2 / for all other operators. In all algorithms presented in this work we will make the silent assumption that the evaluation of the norm and the duality mapping is computationally not more expensive than the evaluation of the operator. To present the most important properties of the duality mapping we need some notions from the geometry of Banach spaces.

5 (Nashed’s definition). A/. YQ / WD ¹x 2 X W Ax 2 YQ º. If not, then ill-posed of type II. 6. A// < 1; because all finite dimensional subspaces are closed. 1) is always wellposed in the sense of Nashed. 1) is well-posed. 1). 2) is in general ill-conditioned. A/ is large and tends to infinity as n ! 1. 7. A// D 1. A/ is not closed, but contains a closed infinite dimensional subspace. 8 the subsequent proposition explains the essential connection between the ill-posedness concepts by Hadamard and Nashed for injective linear operators A (cf.

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