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Ideals of sets of integral and partially integral operators. (English. Russian original) Zbl 0727.47040
Sib. Math. J. 31, No. 4, 704-708 (1990); translation from Sib. Mat. Zh. 31, No. 4(182), 207-211 (1990).
The authors shows that
(i) any right (two-sided) ideal of the set of all partially integral operators in \(L_ 2\), or of the set of all integral operators in \(L_ 2\), is contained in the set C \((C_ 2)\) of all Carleman (Hilbert- Schmidt) integral oprators in \(L_ 2;\)
(ii) any left ideal of the set of all partially integral operators in \(L_ 2\) is contained in the left ideal of this set consisting of all continuous linear operators in \(L_ 2\) that map the unit ball in \(L_{\infty}\) into an ellipsoid in \(L_ 2;\)
(iii) any left ideal of the set of all integral operators in \(L_ 2\) is contained in the left ideal of this set consisting of all regular integral operators in \(C_ 2\).

MSC:
47G10 Integral operators
47B10 Linear operators belonging to operator ideals (nuclear, \(p\)-summing, in the Schatten-von Neumann classes, etc.)
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