Quickly can we define a hilbert space (H, <,>) where the vectors of this space have infinite norm? (i.e. the union of finite + infinite norm vectors form a complete space).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If yes, can you give a link to a paper available on the web? If no, can you briefly describe why?

Thanks in advance,

Seratend.

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# Hilbert space and infinite norm vectors

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