## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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**PROOF**. We saw in the course of proving Theorem 25 that the mapping M K which sends a scalar - valued function with the Fourier transform f ( 5 ) into the vector - valued function whose nth component has the Fourier transform ( 5 ) ...Page 1724

**Proof**. By the preceding lemma and by Corollary 11 it suffices to show that ( T ) , g ) ( 1 , Sg ) forf in D ( T ) and g in D ( S ) . By Green's formula , proved in the last paragraph of Section 2 , this equation is valid if | and g are ...Page 1750

We shall see , however , that this fact is needed in the course of the

We shall see , however , that this fact is needed in the course of the

**proof**of Theorem 1 , and shall prove it by a direct method where it is needed . Remark 2. The theorem is false if no boundedness restriction is imposed on the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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