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Functions in C m (J; X) are also called functions of class C m . 1 Strongly continuous semigroups and their generators We have seen in the previous chapter that the family of operators (etA )t 0 (where A is a linear operator on a ﬁnite-dimensional vector space) is important, as it describes the evolution of the state of a linear system in the absence of an input. If we want to study systems whose state space is a Hilbert space, then we need the natural generalization of such a family to a family of operators acting on a Hilbert space.

We deﬁne the operator Q ∈ L(H1 , l2 ) by Qz = (ξz, (Q0 z)1 , (Q0 z)2 , (Q0 z)3 , . ). It is clear that Qφk = ek+1 for all k ∈ {0, 1, 2, . }. Clearly Q is bounded (because ξ and Q0 are bounded). Finally, Q is invertible, because Q−1 (a1 , a2 , a3 , . . ) = a1 φ0 + Q−1 0 (a2 , a3 , a4 , . . ). 40 Chapter 2. 6 Diagonalizable operators and semigroups In this section we introduce diagonalizable operators, which can be described entirely in terms of their eigenvalues and eigenvectors, thus having a very simple structure.

If T is left-invertible, then Tt is left-invertible for every t > 0. Proof. In order to prove the ﬁrst statement, let τ > 0 be such that Tτ is onto. Let t > 0 and let n ∈ N be such that t nτ . Clearly, Tnτ is onto. Put ε = nτ − t. Then from Tnτ = Tt Tε we see that Tt is onto, so that the ﬁrst statement holds. Let τ > 0 be such that Tτ is bounded from below. Let t > 0 and let n ∈ N be such that t nτ . Clearly, Tnτ is bounded from below. Put ε = nτ − t. Then from Tnτ = Tε Tt we see that Tt is bounded from below.

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