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Perturbation theory for generalized Fredholm operators. II

Author: S. R. Caradus
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 62 (1977), 72-76
MSC: Primary 47A55; Secondary 47B30
MathSciNet review: 0435896
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Abstract: If T is a bounded linear operator with generalized inverse S, i.e. $ TST = T$, we obtain conditions so that $ T - U$ has a generalized inverse. When T is a Fredholm operator, the conditions become simply the requirement that $ I - US$ (or equivalently $ I - SU$) is a Fredholm operator. This result includes the classical perturbation theorems where U is required to have a small norm or to be compact.

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