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Real and Complex Operator Norms

  title={Real and Complex Operator Norms},
  author={Olga Holtz and Michael Karow},
  journal={arXiv: Functional Analysis},
Real and complex norms of a linear operator acting on a normed complexified space are considered. Bounds on the ratio of these norms are given. The real and complex norms are shown to coincide for four classes of operators: 

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