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12), in the case of the operator related to a stochastic matrix, M can be chosen equal to 1. 2 Operators and Families of Operators 33 Bounded linear operators themselves form a linear space, denoted L(X, Y): given two such operators, say A and B and two scalars α, β we may define a new linear operator α A + β B by (α A + β B)(x) = α Ax + β Bx, x ∈ X and then all the properties required for a linear space are fulfilled. We note that if Ax ≤ L x and Bx ≤ M x , then (α A + β B)(x) ≤ (|α|L + |β|M) x , so that α A + β B is a bounded operator as well.
At j the process starts anew: it waits for an exponential time T2 with parameter q j to jump to one of the states k = j. 26) describes a two-state Markov chain. At state 1, the chain waits for an exponential time with parameter a to jump to the state 2, and after exponential time with parameter b spent at state 2, it comes back to state 1. 27) spends an exponential time at state 2 and then chooses states 1 or 3 randomly with the same probability. If it jumps to state 3, it remains there for an exponential time with parameter 3 and returns to state 2.
It is easy to see that convergent sequences are Cauchy sequences. e. in a general normed space) not true; the normed spaces where all Cauchy sequences converge are said to be complete. The archetype of complete normed spaces are real numbers: all Cauchy sequences in R converge. In contrast, the set of rational numbers Q does not posses this property. For example, we may find a sequence of rational numbers converging to π : this sequence is obviously a Cauchy sequence, and on the other hand cannot converge to any rational number, since it does converge to π ∈ Q.