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15) are in fact operator space dualities. Given a Hilbert space H, we consider the compact operators IC(H) as an operator subspace of B(H). 16) to identify the trace class operators T(H) with the subspace of weak· continuous functionals in the operator space dual B(H)*. 3 Given a Hilbert space H, we have the operator space dualities B(H) £!! T(H)*, T(H) £!! IC(H)* . Proof With the identification Mn(B(H)·) £!! CB(B(H), M n ), 44 Constructions and examples it is clear that Mn (8(H) .. ) consists of the weak* continuous linear functionals W : 8(H) ~ Mn.

This is equivalent to proving that if bo E Mn(8(H», then IIboll =sup{II«bo,w»1I : IIwll = 1,w E Mn(T(H»}. For any contractive w E Mn(T(H», II «bo, w»11 = IIwn(bo)1I $ IIwllcbllboll $ IIboll· ~ = On the other hand, given e (~j) E Hn for which > 0, we may find unit vectors 1] = (1]j) , I(b0 1] I ~)I ~ llboll- e. We let HI (respectively, H 2 ) be the linear span of the vectors 1]j E H (respectively, ~j E H), and we fix isometries Sle of Hie into en (k = 1,2). If we let rle = Sleele, where ele is the projection of H onto Hie, then w : 8(H) ~ Mn : b ~ r 2 bri is a weak· continuous complete contraction, and for any b E Mn(8(H», we have - (n)br(n)* Wn (b) - r 2 I , where rin) = rle EEl·· • €a rle.

The Cartesian product K = Sn x Sn is a compact and convex subset of (Mn (BMn )·. We let A(K) denote the linear space of real-valued continuous affine functions on K. Given a E Mn,r, (3 E Mr,n, and v E Mr(V) with IIvll = 1, we may define a corresponding function e""v,{3 E A(K) by e""v,{3(p, q) = p(aa*) + q({3* (3) - 2Re F(av{3) . We let £ denote the collection of all such functions. We wish to show that there is a point (Po, qo) E K for which e(Po, qo) ~ 0 for all e E £. But we have: (a) Each function e E £ is non-negative at some point (Pe,qe) E K.

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