# Invariance of the order and type of a sequence of operators

- Authors
- Type
- Published Article
- Journal
- Mathematical Notes
- Publisher
- Pleiades Publishing
- Publication Date
- Sep 01, 2016
- Volume
- 100
- Issue
- 3-4
- Pages
- 429–437
- Identifiers
- DOI: 10.1134/S0001434616090091
- Source
- Springer Nature
- Keywords
- License
- Yellow

## Abstract

In the paper, the invariance property of characteristics (the order and type) of an operator and of a sequence of operators with respect to a topological isomorphism is proved. These characteristics give precise upper and lower bounds for the expressions ‖An(x)‖p and enable one to state and solve problems of operator theory in locally convex spaces in a general setting. Examples of such problems are given by the completeness problem for the set of values of a vector function in a locally convex space, the structure problem for a subspace invariant with respect to an operator A, the problem of applicability of an operator series to a locally convex space, the theory of holomorphic operator-valued functions, the theory of operator and differential-operator equations in nonnormed spaces, and so on. However, the immediate evaluation of characteristics of operators (and of sequences of operators) directly by definition is practically unrealizable in spaces with more complicated structure than that of countably normed spaces, due to the absence of an explicit form of seminorms or to their complicated structure. The approach that we use enables us to find characteristics of operators and sequences of operators using the passage to the dual space, by-passing the definition, and makes it possible to obtain bounds for the expressions ‖An(x)‖p even if an explicit form of seminorms is unknown.