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Proof. I − Ln ≥ 0 ≥ I − Un since Ln ≤ I ≤ Un . Since Ln and Un are syntone it follows that Ln (I − Ln ) ≥ Ln 0 = 0 and 0 = Un 0 ≥ Un (I − Un ). The above theorem seems to be as far as one can get, using only the properties listed above, to proving the co-idempotence of Ln and Un . To complete the proof of the co-idempotence seems to require an operator speciﬁc proof of the following theorem. 9. Ln (I − Ln ) ≤ 0 and Un (I − Un ) ≥ 0. Proof. Suppose Ln (I − Ln )xi > 0. Using the notation L = Ln and uj = xj − Lxj , this means that max{min{ui−n , .

M ∗ n ⊂ [U nLn, LnU n]. Proof. There is an s such that 0 = LnU n(x)i = M ∗ n(x)i = U nLn(x)i , for all i ≤ s. Suppose that M ∗ n(x)k ≤ LnU n(x)k . M ∗ n(x)k+1 = M n(y)k+1 , with yi = xj , for j ≥ i, M ∗ n(x)j , for j < i. M n(y)k+1 ≤ LnU n(y)k+1 ≤ LnU n(U nx)k+1 , since U xn ≥ y. This proves that M ∗ n(x)k+1 ≤ LnU n(x)k+1 , and a standard induction argument proves that M ∗ n(x) ≤ LnU n(x). A similar argument proves that M ∗ n(x) ≥ U nLn(x); since the two inequalities are true for all sequences concerned, the theorem is proved.

Heuristically, it seems suﬃcient to have the residual of an extracted signal within this interval of ambiguity, as interpreted by the consistent pair I − LnU n 4. LU LU -Intervals, Noise and Co-idempotence 40 and I − U nLn. It is clear that I − LnU n ≤ I − U nLn, so that it is reasonable to consider the following deﬁnition. Deﬁnition. The n-noise interval of a sequence x is [(I − LnU n)x, (I − U nLn)x]. 13. Let An be an operator such that An ∈ [U nLn, LnU n]. Then I − An ∈ [(I − LnU n)x, (I − U nLn)x].