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I think that Cartier’s remark shed some light on Grothendieck’s character and his personal circumstances. For the sake of completeness, it would probably be convenient t o take a quick look at Grothendieck’s timeline. But before proceeding, one remark: Most of the available biographical information about Grothendieck coincides with the main facts, but there is a constant reference t o the inaccuracies of the other biographies. I have followed essentially the biographical notes included in Ref. math.
Hilbert and F. Riesz it was well known that the operators on some function space, like Lz, of the type T ( f ) ( z := ) p(z, ? l ) f ( Y )dY (kernel operator) had especially good properties, but unfortunately they did not exhaust all the possible operators. And by the way, this was one of the main difficulties in the rigorous formulation of Quantum Mechanics. The idea of P. Dirac and others was to express any observable (N ‘(linear operator”) in terms of a base formed by the “states” (11,)of the system (the eigenfunctions corresponding to the eigenvalues of the operator, that is, the “spectrum” of the observable).