By Ronald Hagen, Steffen Roch, Bernd Silbermann

''Analyzes algebras of concrete approximation equipment detailing necessities, neighborhood rules, and lifting theorems. Covers fractality and Fredholmness. Explains the phenomena of the asymptotic splitting of the singular values, and more.''

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The coset (A,~) is invertible in ~’/~ from the right hand side. Its invertibility from the left side follows analogously. Thus, (A,~) is stable by Kozak’s theorem. 22 Let (An) ~ C bea s ta ble seq uence and K bea compact operator on X. Then the sequence (A,~ + L,~KL,~) is stable if and only the operator W(An) + K is invertible. 20. Weare going to illustrate the perturbation theorem by a few examples. 2. The projection method (RnILn) = (Ln) for the identity operator is clearly stable. Consider the projection method (R~ALn) for the operator A = I + K with K compact.

Consider the quotient algebra 9~/G, the elements of which are the cosets (An) ÷ 6 of sequences (An) E $’. 14. The following theorem reveals that the algebra ~’/6 indeed provides a perfect frame to study stability problems in an algebraic way. 15 (Kozak) A sequence (An) ~ J: is stable i] and only i] its coset (An) + 6 is invertible in the quotient algebra Proof. If (A,~)n>o is a stable sequence, then the sequence (A~l)n>_~o is bounded for some sufficiently large no by definition. ) in ~" by freely choosing 38 CHAPTER 1.

3). 20 Let the approximation method (An) belong to the algebra 3:c. The sequence (An) is stable if and only i] its strong limit W(An) invertible and i] its coset (An) + ~c is invertible in the quotient ~zc /6c. 20 by a lemma. Recall that an operator A E L(X) is normally solvable if its range is closed, and that A is bounded below or an operator of regular type if there is a C > 0 such that Ilxll _~ C IIAxll for all x E X. 21 Let X be a Banach space. The operator A E L(X) boundedbelow if and only i/it is normally solvable and i/its kernel consists o/the zero element only.