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Homebrewer and mathematically oriented physicist with chemistry aspirations.


Nov
15
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
7
comment Terminology and reference question
It is hard to specify exactly. I just have a feeling that the right reference will contain some missing pieces of information. For example, are there representation theorems available for complex bilinear forms akin the "standard" result for Hermitian sesquilinear below bounded forms? Moreover, the concept of complex differentiability seems to me should be central.
Nov
5
awarded  Student
Nov
5
asked Terminology and reference question
Jan
11
awarded  Scholar
Jan
11
accepted Norms agreeing on dense subspace
Jan
11
comment Norms agreeing on dense subspace
Great answer, thanks!
Jan
11
awarded  Editor
Jan
11
revised Norms agreeing on dense subspace
Fixed formulation according to comments.; added 11 characters in body
Jan
11
comment Norms agreeing on dense subspace
Thanks, yes, I meant a completion by Cauchy sequences, or at least that the completion and $B$ can be considered the same space via isometry.
Jan
11
asked Norms agreeing on dense subspace