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## Tangent spaces[edit]

See also: Zariski tangent spaceLocally ringed spaces have just enough structure to allow the meaningful definition of tangent spaces. Let

Xbe locally ringed space with structure sheafO; we want to define the tangent space_{X}Tat the point_{x}x∈X. Take the local ring (stalk)Rat the point_{x}x, with maximal idealm_{x}. Thenk_{x}:=R/_{x}mis a field and_{x}m/_{x}mis a vector space over that field (the cotangent space). The tangent space_{x}^{2}Tis defined as the dual of this vector space._{x}The idea is the following: a tangent vector at

xshould tell you how to “differentiate” “functions” atx, i.e. the elements ofR. Now it is enough to know how to differentiate functions whose value at_{x}xis zero, since all other functions differ from these only by a constant, and we know how to differentiate constants. So we only need to worry aboutm_{x}. Furthermore, if two functions are given with value zero atx, then their product has derivative 0 atx, by the product rule. So we only need to know how to assign “numbers” to the elements ofm/_{x}m, and this is what the dual space does._{x}^{2}

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The invariant subspace problem concerns the case where

Vis a separable Hilbert space over the complex numbers, of dimension > 1, andTis a bounded operator. The problem is to decide whether every suchThas a non-trivial, closed, invariant subspace. This problem is unsolved as of 2013^{[update]}.

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