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Some more examples are in order. 2 Adjoints of Hilbert Space Operators 37 Sx, y and x, By and see that they agree, where x and y are in 2 and B denotes the backward shift. For a multiplication operator Mϕ , defined on L2 (X, μ ) for some σ -finite measure space (X, μ ) and ϕ ∈ L∞ (X, μ ), we have Mϕ f , g = ϕ f , g = X ϕ f gd μ = f , ϕ g = f , Mϕ g for any f , g ∈ L2 (X, μ ). Thus Mϕ∗ = Mϕ , and a multiplication operator is self-adjoint if and only if its symbol ϕ is real-valued almost everywhere.

In particular, a Hilbert space is said to be finite-dimensional if it has a finite orthonormal basis, and infinite-dimensional otherwise. This convention will not lead to any confusion because of the following two facts: A finite orthonormal set in a Hilbert space H that is not properly contained in any orthonormal set is in fact a Hamel basis for H , and no Hilbert space with a finite Hamel basis can contain an infinite orthonormal set. 21 for a further exploration of these and related ideas. Given a linearly independent sequence { fn }∞ 1 in a Hilbert space H , there always such that exists an orthonormal sequence {en }∞ 1 span{ f1 , f2 , .

4. Compute the norm of the multiplication operator Mz (equivalently the Toeplitz operator Tz ) on La2 (D). 5. Show that the Toeplitz operator with symbol ϕ acting on the Bergman space La2 (D) has adjoint Tϕ . 6. Suppose T is a bounded linear operator on a Hilbert space H and suppose further that the range of T is one-dimensional. Show that there are vectors x and y in H so that T z = z, x y for all z ∈ H . This operator is sometimes written as y ⊗ x. Identify T ∗ in this case. 7. Show that if T : X → Y is a bijective linear map, then the set-theoretic inverse T −1 is also linear.