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Do Hilbert Space Isomorphism Map Dense Sets to Dense Sets?

  1. Oct 1, 2013 #1
    Suppose that H, K are Hilbert spaces, and A : H -> K is a bounded linear operator and an isomorphism.

    If X is a dense set in H, then is A(X) a dense set in K?

    Any references to texts would also be helpful.
     
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  3. Oct 1, 2013 #2
    It is true. Suppose, that A(X) is not dense. Then let V be a non-empty open set in K \ A(X). The pullback of V by A is open (A is bounded) and not empty (A is isomorphism), and by definition it is not in X, which contradicts the fact, that X is dense in H.
     
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