# Absolute Analysis by Frithjof Nevanlinna, Rolf Nevanlinna

By Frithjof Nevanlinna, Rolf Nevanlinna

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We denote the transposes by A' and B'. Verify that: a. (A B)' = B' A'. b. , of rank in, the matrix A-' having the property A A-1 = A-1 A = I exists, where I is the unit matrix (8;) (8; is the Kronecker delta). Furthermore, one then has (A-')' = (A')-' . 6. Let T x be a linear transformation of the linear space R,". Prove : If and only if K(T) = K(T2) are the subspaces K(T) and T R,; linearly independent and Rr=K(T)+TRs. I. Linear Algebra 26 7. Let U and V be linearly independent complements of the space Rs and therefore for every x in R x=it +V with uniquely determined vectors a in U and v in V.

X,-1rx, X,+1, ... , x_) = µ+d(xo, ... 3.... Xs,) For i = 0 write xi - xo = (xi - xm) + (x. - xo), for example, from which it follows that d (xo, x1, ... ,) = D (x1 - x,,,) ... ,x,,,), from which it can be seen that the above equation also holds for i = 0. 6 is taken into account, one has Lemma A. If s"'(xo...... ,xj and ,. ) are simplexes o l the sane m-dimensional hyperplane with the common side simplex s" -1 (xo, ... , z;, ... ,nt d(XO' ... xf_1,X, Xl+1, . . '(Xo, ... , Xj-,,xi, Xm). I. Linear Algebra 50 Since ui < 0 is the necessary and sufficient condition for the simplexes to have no common interior points, this is the case precisely when for the given ordering of the vertices the simplexes are oppositely oriented.

D x, For it = I this says that any simply linear function D x, vanishes for x, = 0. x"-1Xj and here all of the terms on the right vanish. If the number is of arguments is greater than the dimension of the space R"`, the argument vectors are always linearly dependent, and therefore D = 0. Alternating n-linear functions that do not vanish in. In what follows we conidentically thus exist in R'" only for is sider in particular the case is = in. Then if the value of D is given for one linearly independent vector system al, ...