On duality of modular GRiesz bases and GRiesz bases in Hilbert C*modules


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1 Journal of Linear and Topological Algebra Vol. 04, No. 02, 2015, On duality of modular GRiesz bases and GRiesz bases in Hilbert C*modules M. RashidiKouchi Young Researchers and Elite Club Kahnooj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, Iran. Received 9 October 2014; Revised 25 January 2015; Accepted 2 March Abstract. In this paper, we investigate duality of modular griesz bases and griesz bases in Hilbert C*modules. First we give some characterization of griesz bases in Hilbert C* modules, by using properties of operator theory. Next, we characterize the duals of a given griesz basis in Hilbert C*module. In addition, we obtain sufficient and necessary condition for a dual of a griesz basis to be again a griesz basis. We find a situation for a griesz basis to have unique dual griesz basis. Also, we show that every modular griesz basis is a griesz basis in Hilbert C*module but the opposite implication is not true. c 2015 IAUCTB. All rights reserved. Keywords: Modular GRiesz basis, GRiesz basis, dual GRiesz basis, Hilbert C module AMS Subject Classification: 42C15, 42C99, 42C Introduction Frames in Hilbert spaces were first introduced in 1952 by Duffin and Schaeffer [5] in the study of nonharmonic Fourier series. They were reintroduced and developed in 1986 by Daubechies, Grossmann and Meyer [4], and popularized from then on. Let H be a Hilbert space, and J a set which is finite or countable. A sequence {f j } H is called a frame for H if there exist constants C, D > 0 such that C f 2 f, f j 2 D f 2 (1) Corresponding author. address: m (M. RashidiKouchi). Print ISSN: c 2015 IAUCTB. All rights reserved. Online ISSN:
2 54 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) for all f H. The constants C and D are called the frame bounds. We have a tight frame if C = D and a Parseval frame if C = D = 1. We refer the reader to [2, 3] for more details. In [15] Sun introduced a generalized notion of frames and suggested further generalizations, showing that many basic properties of frames can be derived within this more general framework. Let U and V be two Hilbert spaces and {V j : j J} be a sequence of subspaces of V, where J is a subset of Z. Let L(U, V j ) be the collection of all bounded linear operators from U to V j. We call a sequence {Λ j L(U, V j ) : j J} a generalized frame (or simply a gframe) for U with respect to {V j : j J} if there are two positive constants C and D such that C f 2 Λ j f 2 D f 2 (2) for all f U. The constants C and D are called gframe bounds. If C = D we call have a tight gframe and if C = D = 1 we have a Parseval gframe. The notions of frames and gframes in Hilbert C modules were introduced and investigated in [7, 10, 11, 16]. Frank and Larson [6, 7] defined the standard frames in Hilbert C modules in 1998 and got a series of results for standard frames in finitely or countably generated Hilbert C modules over unital C algebras. Extending the results to this more general framework is not a routine generalization, as there are essential differences between Hilbert C modules and Hilbert spaces. For example, any closed subspace in a Hilbert space has an orthogonal complement, but this fails in Hilbert C module. Also there is no explicit analogue of the Riesz representation theorem of continuous functionals in Hilbert C modules. We refer the readers to [13] for more details on Hilbert C modules, and to [11] and [16], for a discussion of basic properties of gframe in Hilbert C modules. Alijani and Dehghan in [1] studied dual gframes in Hilbert C*modules. They give some characterizations of dual gframes for Hilbert spaces and Hilbert C*modules. The main goal of this paper is to study duals of griesz basis in Hilbert C*modules. This paper is organized as follows. In section 2 we review some basic properties of Hilbert C*modules and griesz bases in this space. In particular we characterize g frames and griesz bases in Hilbert C*modules. In section 3 we study dual griesz bases in Hilbert C modules and characterize the duals of a given griesz basis in Hilbert C* module. We also obtain sufficient and necessary condition for a dual of a griesz basis to be again a griesz basis. We find a situation for a griesz basis to have unique dual griesz basis. Also, we show that every modular griesz basis is a griesz basis in Hilbert C*module but the opposite implication is not true. 2. Preliminaries In this section we review basic properties of gframes in Hilbert C modules. We also prove some results related to the notion of stability which is used in the next section. Our basic reference for Hilbert C modules is [13]. For basic details on frames in Hilbert C modules we refer the reader to [7]. Definition 2.1 Let A be a C algebra with involution. An inner product Amodule (or pre Hilbert Amodule) is a complex linear space H which is a left Amodule with an inner product map.,. : H H A which satisfies the following properties:
3 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) ) αf + βg, h = α f, h + β g, h for all f, g, h H and α, β C; 2) af, g = a f, g for all f, g H and a A; 3) f, g = g, f for all f, g H; 4) f, f 0 for all f H and f, f = 0 iff f = 0. For f H, we define a norm on H by f H = f, f 1/2 A. If H is complete in this norm, it is called a (left) Hilbert C module over A or a (left) Hilbert Amodule. An element a of a C algebra A is positive if a = a and the spectrum of a is a subset of positive real number. In this case, we write a 0. It is easy to see that f, f 0 for every f H, hence we define f = f, f 1/2. If H be a Hilbert C module, and J a set which is finite or countable, a sequence {f j } H is called a frame for H if there exist constants C, D > 0 such that C f, f f, f j f j, f D f, f (3) for all f H. The constants C and D are called the frame bounds. The notion of (standard) frames in Hilbert C modules is first defined by Frank and Larson [7]. Basic properties of frames in Hilbert C modules are discussed in [8 10]. A. Khosravi and B. Khosravi [11] defined gframe in Hilbert C modules. Let U and V be two Hilbert C modules over the same C algebra A and {V j : j J} be a sequence of subspaces of V, where J is a subset of Z. Let End A (U, V j) be the collection of all adjointable Alinear maps from U into V j, i.e. T f, g = f, T g for all f, g H and T End A (U, V j). We call a sequence {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} a generalized frame (or simply a gframe) for Hilbert C module U with respect to {V j : j J} if there are two positive constants C and D such that C f, f Λ j f, Λ j f D f, f (4) for all f U. The constants C and D are called gframe bounds. Those sequences which satisfy only the upper inequality in (2.2) are called gbessel sequences. A gframe is tight, if C = D. If C = D = 1, it is called a Parseval gframe. Definition 2.2 [16] A gframe {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} is called a griesz basis if it satisfies: (1) Λ j 0 for any j J; (2) If an Alinear combination j K Λ j g j is equal to zero, then every summand Λ j g j is equal to zero, where {g j } j K j K V j and K J. Example 2.3 Let H be an ordinary Hilbert space, then H is a Hilbert Cmodule. Let {e j : j J} be an orthonormal basis for H, then {e j : j J} is a Parseval frame for Hilbert Cmodule H. Example 2.4 Let U be an ordinary Hilbert space, J = N and {e j } j=1 be an orthonormal basis for Hilbert Cmodule U. For j=1,2,... we let V j = span{e 1, e 2,..., e j }, and Λ j : U V j, Λ j f = j k=1 f, e j j e k. We have j=1 Λ jf, Λ j f = j=1 f, e j 2 = f, f, which implies that {Λ j } j=1 is a gparseval frame for U with respect to {V j : j J}.
4 56 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) Theorem 2.5 [16] Let Λ j End A (U, V j) for any j J and Λ jf, Λ j f converge in norm for f U. Then {Λ j : j J} is a gframe for U with respect to {V j : j J} if and only if there exist constants C, D > 0 such that C f 2 Λ j f, Λ j f D f 2, f U. Definition 2.6 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a gframe in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} and {Γ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a sequence of Alinear operators. Then {Γ j : j J} is called a dual sequence operator of {Λ j : j J} if f = Λ jγ j f for all f U. The sequences {Λ j : j J} and {Γ j : j J} are called a dual gframe when moreover {Γ j : j J} is a gframe. In [11] the authors defined the gframe operator S in Hilbert C module as follow Sf = Λ jλ j f, f U, and showed that S is invertible, positive, and selfadjoint. Since Sf, f = Λ jλ j f, f = Λ j f, Λ j f, it follows that C f, f Sf, f D f, f, and the following reconstruction formula holds f = SS 1 f = S 1 Sf = Λ jλ j S 1 f = S 1 Λ jλ j f, for all f U. Let Λ j = Λ j S 1, then f = Λ j Λ j f = Λ j Λ jf. The sequence { Λ j : j J} is also a gframe for U with respect to {V j : j J}(see [11]) which is called the canonical dual gframe of {Λ j : j J}. Definition 2.7 Let {Λ j : j J} be a gframe in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J}, then the related analysis operator T : U V j is defined by T f = {Λ j f : j J}, for all f U. We define the synthesis operator F : V j U
5 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) by F f = F (f j ) = Λ j f j, for all f = {f j } V j, where V j = f = {f j} : f j V j, f j 2 <. It has been showed in [16] that if for any f = {f j } and g = {g j } in V j the Avalued inner product is defined by f, g = f j, g j and the norm is defined by f = f, f 1/2, then V j is a Hilbert Amodule. Hence the above operators are definable. Moreover, since for any g = {g j } V j and f U, T f, g = Λ j f, g j = f, Λ jg j = f, Λ jg j = f, F g, it follows that T is adjointable and T = F. Also T T f = T (Λ j f) = Λ jλ j f = Sf, for all f U. Let P n be the projection on V j that is P n : V j V j is defined by P n f = P n ({f j } ) = U j, for f = {f j } V j, and U j = f n when j = n and U j = 0 when j n. Theorem 2.8 ([14]) Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a gframe in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j }, then {Λ j } is a griesz basis if and only if Λ n 0 and P n (RangT ) RangT for all n J, where T is the analysis operator of {Λ j }. Corollary 2.9 A gframe {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} is a griesz basis if and only if (1) Λ j 0 for any j J; (2) If an Alinear combination j K Λ j g jis equal to zero, then every summand Λ j g j is equal to zero, where {g j } j K j K V j and K J. 3. Dual of griesz bases in Hilbert C*modules In this section, we study dual griesz bases in Hilbert C modules and characterize the duals of a given griesz basis in Hilbert C*module. We also obtain sufficient and necessary condition for a dual of a griesz basis to be again a griesz basis. We find a situation for a griesz basis to have unique dual griesz basis. Proposition 3.1 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} and {Γ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be two gbessel sequences in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J}. If f = Λ j Γ jf holds for any f U, then both {Λ j : j J} and {Γ j : j J} are gframes in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} and f = Γ j Λ jf.
6 58 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) Proof. Let us denote the gbessel bound of {Γ j : j J} by B Γ. For all f U we have f 4 = Λ jγ j f, f 2 = Γ j f, Λ j f 2 Γ j f, Γ j f. j f, Λ j f Λ B Γ f 2. Λ j f, Λ j f. It follows that B 1 Γ f 2 Λ j f, Λ j f. This implies that {Λ j : j J} is a gframe in Hilbert C*module. Similarly we can show that {Γ j : j J} is also a gframe of U respect to {V j : j J}. Lemma 3.2 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a gframe in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J}. Suppose that {Γ j End A (U, V j) : j J} and {Θ j End A (U, V j) : j J} are dual gframes of {Λ j : j J} with the property that either RangT Γ RangT Θ or RangT Θ RangT Γ. Then Γ j = Θ j j J. Proof. Suppose that RangT Θ RangT Γ. Then for each f U there exists g f U such that T Θ g f = T Γ f. Applying TΛ on both sides, we arrive at g f = Λ jθ j g f = T ΛT Θ g f = T ΛT Γ f = Λ jγ j f = f and so T Γ f = T Θ f, f U. Equivalently Γ j f = Θ j f, j J. Theorem 3.3 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a gframe in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} with analysis operator T Λ, then the following are equivalence: (1) {Λ j : j J} has a unique dual gframe; (2) RangT Λ = V j ; (3) If Λ j f j = 0 for some sequence {f j } V j, then f j = 0 for each j J. In case the equivalent conditions are satisfied, {Λ j : j J} is a griesz basis. Proof. (2) (1) Let { Λ j : j J} be the canonical dual gframe of {Λ j : j J} with analysis operator T Λ. Then Λ j = Λ j S 1, where S is gframe operator. Let {Γ j : j J} be any dual gframe of {Λ j : j J} with analysis operator T Γ. Then RangT Γ V j = RangT Λ = RangT Λ. By Lemma 3.2, Γ j = Λ j for all j J.
7 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) (1) (2) Assume on the contrary that RangT Λ V j. We have V j = RangT Λ KerT Λ. (5) Let P Λ be orthogonal projection from V j onto RangT Λ, then V j = P Λ ( V j ) PΛ ( V j ). Therefore PΛ = KerT Λ {0}. Choose f j0 V j such that PΛ f j 0 0 where f j0 = 1 j0 if j = j 0 and f j0 = 0 if j j 0 and 1 j0 is unital element of V j0. Define an operator W : V j U by W {g j } = Λ j 0 g j0. Now, let { Λ j : j J} be the canonical dual of {Λ j : j J} with upper bound D Λ and Γ j = Λ j + Π j ΠW where Π : V j KerTΛ and Π j : V j V j are projection operators. We have Γ j f, Γ j f 2 Λ j f, Λ j f + j ΠW Π f, Π j ΠW f 2 ( D Λ f, f + ΠW f, ΠW f ) (D Λ + ΠW 2 ) f, f, which implies that {Γ j : j J} is a gbessel sequence. Now for any f U, Λ jπ j ΠW f = TΛ{Π j ΠW f} = 0. This yields that Λ j Γ jf = Λ j Λ j f = f for all f U. By Proposition 3.1, {Γ j : j J} is a dual gframe of {Λ j : j J} and is different from { Λ j : j J}, which contradicts with the uniqueness of dual gframe of {Λ j : j J}. (2) (3) Obvious by (3.1). Theorem 3.4 Suppose that {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} is a griesz basis in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} and {Γ j End A (U, V j) : j J} is a sequence of Alinear operators. Then the following are equivalence: (1) {Γ j : j J} is a dual gframe of {Λ j : j J}; (2) {Γ j : j J} is a dual gbessel sequence of {Λ j : j J}; (3) For each j J, Γ j = Λ j S 1 +Θ j, where S is the gframe operator of {Λ j : j J} and {Θ j : j J} is a dual gbessel sequence of U with respect to {V j : j J} satisfying Λ j Θ jf = 0 for all f U and j J. Theorem 3.5 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} be a griesz basis in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} and {Γ j : j J} a sequence of Alinear operators. Then {Γ j : j J} is a dual griesz basis of {Λ j : j J} if and only if for each j J,
8 60 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) Γ j = Λ j S 1 + Θ j, where S is the gframe operator of {Λ j : j J} and {Θ j : j J} is a gbessel sequence of U with respect to {V j : j J} with the property that for each j J there exists operator F j End A (V j, V j ) such that Θ j = F j Λ j S 1 and Λ j F jλ j f = 0 holds for all f U. Proof. Suppose that {Γ j : j J} is a dual griesz basis of {Λ j : j J} and let Θ j = Γ j Λ j S 1. It is easy to see that {Θ j : j J} is a gbessel sequence of U. Now fix an n J. From Γ jλ j (Γ nf) = Γ n f we can infer that Γ n = Γ n Λ nγ n, i.e. Consequently, we have Λ n S 1 + Θ n = (Λ n S 1 + Θ n )Λ n(λ n S 1 + Θ n ) Θ n = (Λ n S 1 Λ n + Θ n Λ n)(λ n S 1 + Θ n ) Λ n S 1 = Λ n S 1 Λ nλ n S 1 + Λ n S 1 Λ nθ n + Θ n Λ nλ n S 1 + Θ n Λ nθ n Λ n S 1 = Λ n S 1 Λ nθ n + Θ n Λ nλ n S 1 + Θ n Λ nθ n. We show that Λ n S 1 Λ nθ n + Θ n Λ nλ n S 1 = 0. Note that f = Λ jγ j f = Λ j(λ j S 1 + Θ j )f = Λ jλ j S 1 f + Λ jθ j f = f + Λ jθ j f, which implies that Λ j Θ jf = 0 and Λ j Θ jf = 0 for all f U and j J. Particularly, we have Λ nθ n f = 0 for all f U. This yields that Λ n S 1 Λ nθ n = 0 and Θ n Λ nθ n = 0. Therefore Θ n = Θ n Λ nλ n S 1. Suppose F n = Θ n Λ n, then Θ n = F n Λ n S 1. From Λ nθ n = 0, we have Λ nθ n Λ nλ n f = 0 i.e.f n Λ nλ n f = 0. Suppose that for each j J there exists operator F j End A (V j, V j ) such that Θ j = F j Λ j S 1 and Λ j F jλ j f = 0 holds for all f U. Then for all f U we have Λ jγ j f = Λ jλ j S 1 f = Λ jθ j f = f + Λ jf j Λ j S 1 f = f. Therefore {Γ j : j J} is a dual sequence of {Λ j : j J}. With similar proof of Theorem 3.3, {Γ j : j J} is a gbessel sequence and by Proposition 3.1, {Γ j : j J} is dual gframe of {Λ j : j J}. To complete the proof, we need to show that {Γ j : j J} is a griesz basis of U with respect to {V j : j J}. Let Γ j f j = 0, then we have 0 = (S 1 Λ j + Θ j)f j = (S 1 Λ j + S 1 Λ jf j )f j = S 1 Λ j(i j + F j )f j. Since {S 1 Λ j : j J} is a griesz basis then S 1 Λ j (I j + F j )f j = 0, i.e. Γ j f j = 0 for all j J. We now show that Γ j 0 for all j J. Assume on the contrary that Γ n = 0 for some n J. Then Θ n = Λ n S 1. It follows
9 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) that 0 = Λ nf n Λ n f = Λ nsθ n f = Λ nλ n f holds for all f U. In particular, letting f = S 1 Λ ng for some g U, we have Λ nλ n S 1 Λ ng = Λ ng = 0, therefore Λ n = 0, a contradiction. This completes the proof. Corollary 3.6 Suppose that {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} is a griesz basis in Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} and Λ j is surjective for any j J. Then {Λ j : j J} has a unique dual griesz basis. Proof. Let f j V j for some j J, then there exists f U such that Λ j f = f j. Therefore, we have Θ jf j = S 1 Λ jf j Λ j f = S 1 0 = 0. Corollary 3.7 Suppose that {f j : j J} is a Riesz basis in Hilbert Amodule H and operator T j : H A defined by T j f =< f, f j > is surjective for any j J. Then {f j : j J} has a unique dual Riesz basis. Definition 3.8 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} (i) If the Alinear hull of Λ j (V j) is dense in U, then {Λ j : j J} is gcomplete. (ii) If {Λ j : j J} is gcomplete and there exist real constant A, B such that for any finite subset S J and g j V j, j S A g j 2 Λ 2 jg j B g j 2, j S j S then {Λ j : j J} is a modular griesz basis for U with respect to {V j : j J}. A and B are called bounds of {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J}. Theorem 3.9 ([12]) A sequence {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} is a modular griesz basis if and only if the synthesis operator F is a homeomorphism. Theorem 3.10 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} then the following two statements are equivalent: (1) The sequence {Λ j : j J} is a modular griesz basis for Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} with bounds A and B; (2)The sequence {Λ j : j J} is a gframe for Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J} with bounds A and B, and if an Alinear combination j S Λ j g j = 0 for {g j } V j, then g j = 0 for all j J. Proof. (1) (2) By Theorem 3.9 the operator F : V j U is a linear homeomorphism. Hence the operator F is onto and therefore by Theorem 3.2 in [16] {Λ j : j J} is a g frame. Also, since F is injective KerF = { {g j } V j : F ({g j } ) = } Λ jg j = 0 = {0}. (6) j S j S This implies the statement (2).
10 62 M. RashidiKouchi / J. Linear. Topological. Algebra. 04(02) (2015) (2) (1)By Theorem 3.2 in [16] the operator F is injective and by (3.2) F is injective. Therefore F is homeomorphism and by Theorem? {Λ j : j J} is a modular griesz basis. Corollary 3.11 Every modular griesz basis is a griesz basis. Proof. By Definition 3.8 and Theorem 3.9. Corollary 3.12 Let {Λ j End A (U, V j) : j J} then the following two statements are equivalent: (1) The sequence {Λ j : j J} is a modular griesz basis for Hilbert C*module U with respect to {V j : j J}. (2)The sequence {Λ j : j J} has a unique dual modular griesz basis. Proof. (1) (2) Every modular griesz basis is a griesz basis and every griesz basis is a gframe. So every modular griesz basis is a gframe. Now by Theorem 3.3 and Theorem 3.10 {Λ j : j J} has a unique dual modular griesz basis. (2) (1)The proof by Theorem 3.3 and Theorem 3.10 is straightforward. Next example shows in Hilbert C*module setting, every Riesz basis is not a modular Riesz basis, so every griesz basis is not a modular griesz basis. Example 3.13 Let A = M 2 2 (C) be the C*algebra of all 2 2 complex matrices. Let H = A and for any A, B H define A, B = AB. Then H is a Hilbert Amodule. Let E i,j be the matrix with 1 in the (i, j)th entry and 0 elsewhere, where 1 i, j 2. Then Φ = {E 1,1, E 2,2 } is a Riesz basis of H but is not a modular Riesz basis. Acknowledgements The author thanks the referee(s) for comments and suggestions which improved the quality of the paper. References [1] A. Alijan, M. A. Dehghan, gframes and their duals for Hilbert C*modules, Bull. Iran. Math. Soci., 38(3), (2012), [2] O. Christensen, An Introduction to Frames and Riesz Bases, Birkhauser, Boston, [3] I. Daubechies, Ten Lectures on Wavelets, SIAM, Philadelphia, [4] I. Daubechies, A. Grossmann,Y. Meyer, Painless nonorthogonal expansions, J. Math. Phys. 27 (1986), [5] R.J. Duffin, A.C. Schaeffer, A class of nonharmonic Fourier series, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 72 (1952), [6] M. Frank, D. R. Larson, A module frame concept for Hilbert C.modules, in: Functional and Harmonic Analysis of Wavelets, San Antonio, TX, January 1999, Contemp. Math. 247, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI , [7] M. Frank, D.R. Larson, Frames in Hilbert C modules and C algebras, J. Operator Theory 48 (2002), [8] D. Han, W. Jing, D. Larson, R. Mohapatra, Riesz bases and their dual modular frames in Hilbert C modules, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 343 (2008), [9] D. Han, W. Jing, R. Mohapatra, Perturbation of frames and Riesz bases in Hilbert C modules, Linear Algebra Appl. 431 (2009), [10] A. Khosravi, B. Khosravi, Frames and bases in tensor products of Hilbert spaces and Hilbert C modules, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. Math. Sci. 117 (2007), [11] A. Khosravi, B. Khosravi, Fusion frames and gframes in Hilbert C modules, Int. J. Wavelets Multiresolut. Inf. Process. 6 (2008), [12] A. Khosravi, B. Khosravi, gframes and modular Riesz bases in Hilbert C modules, Int. J. Wavelets Multiresolut. Inf. Process. 10(2) (2012), [13] E.C. Lance, Hilbert C Modules: A Toolkit for Operator Algebraists, London Math. Soc. Lecture Note Ser. 210, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995.
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