## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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X . A B -

X . A B -

**algebra**X is commutative in case xy yx for all x and y in X. An involution in a B -**algebra**X is a ... with the exception of Ll ( -00 , 0 ) and the class of analytic functions , are commutative B -**algebras**with involutions .Page 875

The

The

**algebra**B ( ) of all bounded linear operators in Hilbert space v in which the operation * of involution is defined by equation ( i ) is a B ... Our chief objective in this section is to characterize commutative B * -**algebras**.Page 979

be based upon two closely related commutative

be based upon two closely related commutative

**algebras**of operators in the Hilbert space L2 ( R ) . One of these**algebras**, namely the**algebra**A of the preceding section , we have met before . For convenience , its definition and some ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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