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14a. Compactness and continuity. Let X and Y be topological spaces, and let f: AI ~ X -+ Y be a continuous map on the compact set AI. Show that f(AI) is also compact. 13a. 1. 14b. The finite intersection property. A system S of sets is called centered iff the intersection of finitely many sets in S is never empty. Show that a topological space AI is compact iff every centered system of closed sets in AI has a nonempty intersection. 15. Compactness in normed spaces. Let AI be a subset of the normed space X over lK.

For a E IK, we define and Prove that these operations make sense and that they are independent of the choice of the representatives. Cf. Zeidler (1986), Vol. 2A, p. 96. 3. The completion principle for Hilbert spaces. Two pre-Hilbert spaces6 X and Yare called H-isomorphic (or unitarily equivalent) iff there exists a unitary operator j: X --+ Y. That is, j is linear, bijective, and (j(u) I j(v)) = (u I v) for all u,v E X. Let D be a pre-Hilbert space over IK. The Hilbert space X over IK is called a completion of D iff the set D is dense in X and the X-inner product coincides with the D-inner product on D.

Thus, for all u* E L-L with Ilu* II :S 1, (u*, uo) = (u*, Uo - u) ::; Ilu* 1IIIu - uoll ::; a Hence (3 ::; a + e: for all e: > 0, that is, (3 ::; a. 4The Latin notion "Ad (i)" stands for "proof of (i)". + e:. 16 1. The Hahn-Banach Theorem and Optimization Problems Let Ct > O. 2 that there is a functional u* E Ll.. with lIu* II = 1 such that (u*, uo) = (15) Ct. Along with (3 :::; Ct, tlais implies (3 = Ct. If Ct = 0, then (15) holds with u* = 0, and hence we again have Ad (iii). This follows from Ct = (3 and (u*, u) = O.

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