By Jonathan R. Partington

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If g_k = ak for k ? 0 and the operator will be bounded if g E L (T). This is the approach taken in Chapter 1 of Power's book. Approach C We begin with Mg, taking zm to Egkzm+k, and then project onto Hk using the map Q = I - P. This gives us Y-1 g_r_mi r E Hi. (Indeed some authors even define the Hankel operator as the map QMg from H2 to H. 31 Applying U now, where (Uh)(z) = (1/z)h(1/z), takes this to g-l-I-mzl = g-m-1 + g-,-2z + ... ) if g-k = ak fork >_ 1. This approach is commonly used in the theory of discrete-time linear systems.

Equivalently we need to determine dist(h(z)/zn+1, H_). But this is the same as dist((1/z)h(1/z)zn+1 Hl), using the isometric isomorphism U: H -* Hl, Uk(z) = (1/z)k(11z). Thus solving the Carathdodory-Fejdr problem for a0 + ... + anzn is equivalent to solving the Nehari problem for an + an-lz + ... + a0zn, and the minimum norm is just the operator norm of the Hankel matrix (am a0). Example Let h(z) = I + 2z; thus IIhIIH = 3. IIH-: a2, a3, ... ), or equivalently of the 2-by-2 matrix 35 that is, its largest singular value.

12 g(z) = E_- gkzk determines a finite rank Hankel operator if and only if g(z) a Hl + RH,,, where RH is the set of rational H functions. 11. We are now interested in characterising compact Hankel operators. At this stage it is useful to introduce one or two new nonned spaces. e. the set of those analytic functions in the disc which are bounded and determine continuous boundary functions. Note that C(T) a H,,, since for example T = 11z is in C(T) but is not analytic. g. a M(z) = e (1-z)l(1+z) is in H,,: at the boundary it takes the values ety (y a R), but as z -* -1, y -a oo and the function is discontinuous.