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12. 14: Let L(O:k) be the orthogonal projection of a:k onto the one-dimensional kernel of ((-1)-~EDUP), where m = [(k-1)/2] and p = k-m: then P e liP- (-l:z)VqkV*I! VqkV*- ~EDUPI! lUlls 3/2+sin (m:l)}. 6) is actually attained for some pair (Pmin'Gmin) in this set. 15. If 2 s h = dim H s oo, th~n 23 inf{IIP- Oil: p P(H), € a E N2(H)} = /2/2. Furthermore, the above infimum is aatually attained by the operators Pmin = [~ ~)eoh_ 2 and Qmin = c P(H) (~ =~Jeoh_ 2 E N2 (H), where the 2 x 2 matriaes aat an a two-dimensional subspaae H2 of H and Oh_ 2 denotes the 0 operator aating on (H 2 )l.

JJ d). 21 to perturb TP. • • k. , define T. =T~+O with respect to this decomJ J J J 29 position (j = 1,2, ••• ,m) = Lj~l and T' II T- T' II ~ max{ll P j 11·11 Tj-TI ran P jll: provided II p (T) II < c5 for some c5 > Tj. Then p(T') = 0 and 1 ~ j ~ m} < e:, 0 small enough. 21 and let n. kif k = 3, then dist[T,N 3 (H) J ~ (n3+4n3 / 2 )~, •• , and dist[T,Nk(H) 1 = O(e: 2 = 0

On the other hand, ker(~,;-T) c M. Hence, ran(~-TM) is closed andit follows that 1,; e pr(TM). 12 that the set no= {A e n~ : ker(A-T) c M} is a neighborhood of 1,;, and therefore Pker(A-T)x = 0 (A e n0 ). 16. LetT e L(H) and Let a be a compact subset of pr(T)ncrp(T); then there exists x in H such that Pker(A-T)x f 0 for aLL A e cr. h PROOF. Let {ni}i=l be the components of pr(T) having nonempty intersection with o and set cri =crnni. For each i (i = 1,2, ••• ,h), we choose ~i e cri and yi e ker(~i-T), yi f 0.