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analysis.normed.group.quotient

Quotients of seminormed groups #

For any semi_normed_group M and any S : add_subgroup M, we provide a semi_normed_group structure on quotient_add_group.quotient S (abreviated quotient S in the following). If S is closed, we provide normed_group (quotient S) (regardless of whether M itself is separated). The two main properties of these structures are the underlying topology is the quotient topology and the projection is a normed group homomorphism which is norm non-increasing (better, it has operator norm exactly one unless S is dense in M). The corresponding universal property is that every normed group hom defined on M which vanishes on S descends to a normed group hom defined on quotient S.

This file also introduces a predicate is_quotient characterizing normed group homs that are isomorphic to the canonical projection onto a normed group quotient.

Main definitions #

We use M and N to denote seminormed groups and S : add_subgroup M. All the following definitions are in the add_subgroup namespace. Hence we can access add_subgroup.normed_mk S as S.normed_mk.

Main results #

Implementation details #

For any semi_normed_group M and any S : add_subgroup M we define a norm on quotient S by ∥x∥ = Inf (norm '' {m | mk' S m = x}). This formula is really an implementation detail, it shouldn't be needed outside of this file setting up the theory.

Since quotient S is automatically a topological space (as any quotient of a topological space), one needs to be careful while defining the semi_normed_group instance to avoid having two different topologies on this quotient. This is not purely a technological issue. Mathematically there is something to prove. The main point is proved in the auxiliary lemma quotient_nhd_basis that has no use beyond this verification and states that zero in the quotient admits as basis of neighborhoods in the quotient topology the sets {x | ∥x∥ < ε} for positive ε.

Once this mathematical point it settled, we have two topologies that are propositionaly equal. This is not good enough for the type class system. As usual we ensure definitional equality using forgetful inheritance, see Note [forgetful inheritance]. A (semi)-normed group structure includes a uniform space structure which includes a topological space structure, together with propositional fields asserting compatibility conditions. The usual way to define a semi_normed_group is to let Lean build a uniform space structure using the provided norm, and then trivially build a proof that the norm and uniform structure are compatible. Here the uniform structure is provided using topological_add_group.to_uniform_space which uses the topological structure and the group structure to build the uniform structure. This uniform structure induces the correct topological structure by construction, but the fact that it is compatible with the norm is not obvious; this is where the mathematical content explained in the previous paragraph kicks in.

@[protected, instance]
noncomputable def norm_on_quotient {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) :

The definition of the norm on the quotient by an additive subgroup.

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theorem bdd_below_image_norm {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (s : set M) :

The norm on the quotient satisfies ∥-x∥ = ∥x∥.

theorem quotient_norm_mk_le {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) :

The norm of the projection is smaller or equal to the norm of the original element.

theorem quotient_norm_mk_le' {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) :

The norm of the projection is smaller or equal to the norm of the original element.

theorem quotient_norm_mk_eq {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) :
(quotient_add_group.mk' S) m = Inf ((λ (x : M), m + x) '' S)

The norm of the image under the natural morphism to the quotient.

The quotient norm is nonnegative.

theorem norm_mk_nonneg {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) :

The quotient norm is nonnegative.

The norm of the image of m : M in the quotient by S is zero if and only if m belongs to the closure of S.

theorem norm_mk_lt {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {S : add_subgroup M} (x : quotient_add_group.quotient S) {ε : } (hε : 0 < ε) :
∃ (m : M), (quotient_add_group.mk' S) m = x m < x + ε

For any x : quotient S and any 0 < ε, there is m : M such that mk' S m = x and ∥m∥ < ∥x∥ + ε.

theorem norm_mk_lt' {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) {ε : } (hε : 0 < ε) :
∃ (s : M) (H : s S), m + s < (quotient_add_group.mk' S) m + ε

For any m : M and any 0 < ε, there is s ∈ S such that ∥m + s∥ < ∥mk' S m∥ + ε.

The quotient norm satisfies the triangle inequality.

theorem norm_mk_zero {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) :

The quotient norm of 0 is 0.

theorem norm_zero_eq_zero {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (hS : is_closed S) (m : M) (h : (quotient_add_group.mk' S) m = 0) :
m S

If (m : M) has norm equal to 0 in quotient S for a closed subgroup S of M, then m ∈ S.

theorem quotient_nhd_basis {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) :
(𝓝 0).has_basis (λ (ε : ), 0 < ε) (λ (ε : ), {x : quotient_add_group.quotient S | x < ε})

The morphism from a seminormed group to the quotient by a subgroup.

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@[simp]
theorem add_subgroup.normed_mk.apply {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) (m : M) :

S.normed_mk agrees with quotient_add_group.mk' S.

S.normed_mk is surjective.

theorem add_subgroup.ker_normed_mk {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] (S : add_subgroup M) :

The kernel of S.normed_mk is S.

The operator norm of the projection is at most 1.

The operator norm of the projection is 1 if the subspace is not dense.

The operator norm of the projection is 0 if the subspace is dense.

structure normed_group_hom.is_quotient {M : Type u_1} {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group M] [semi_normed_group N] (f : normed_group_hom M N) :
Prop

is_quotient f, for f : M ⟶ N means that N is isomorphic to the quotient of M by the kernel of f.

noncomputable def normed_group_hom.lift {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group N] (S : add_subgroup M) (f : normed_group_hom M N) (hf : ∀ (s : M), s Sf s = 0) :

Given f : normed_group_hom M N such that f s = 0 for all s ∈ S, where, S : add_subgroup M is closed, the induced morphism normed_group_hom (quotient S) N.

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theorem normed_group_hom.lift_mk {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group N] (S : add_subgroup M) (f : normed_group_hom M N) (hf : ∀ (s : M), s Sf s = 0) (m : M) :
theorem normed_group_hom.lift_unique {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group N] (S : add_subgroup M) (f : normed_group_hom M N) (hf : ∀ (s : M), s Sf s = 0) (g : normed_group_hom (quotient_add_group.quotient S) N) :

S.normed_mk satisfies is_quotient.

theorem normed_group_hom.is_quotient.norm_lift {M : Type u_1} {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group M] [semi_normed_group N] {f : normed_group_hom M N} (hquot : f.is_quotient) {ε : } (hε : 0 < ε) (n : N) :
∃ (m : M), f m = n m < n + ε
theorem normed_group_hom.is_quotient.norm_le {M : Type u_1} {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group M] [semi_normed_group N] {f : normed_group_hom M N} (hquot : f.is_quotient) (m : M) :
theorem normed_group_hom.lift_norm_le {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group N] (S : add_subgroup M) (f : normed_group_hom M N) (hf : ∀ (s : M), s Sf s = 0) {c : ℝ≥0} (fb : f c) :
theorem normed_group_hom.lift_norm_noninc {M : Type u_1} [semi_normed_group M] {N : Type u_2} [semi_normed_group N] (S : add_subgroup M) (f : normed_group_hom M N) (hf : ∀ (s : M), s Sf s = 0) (fb : f.norm_noninc) :