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The inverse of a

only if its domain is

which maps ( x , y ] into [ y , x ] then I ( T - 1 ) = A ( T ) which shows that T is

if ...

The inverse of a

**closed**operator is**closed**. A bounded operator is**closed**if andonly if its domain is

**closed**. PROOF . If A , is the isometric automorphism in H Hwhich maps ( x , y ] into [ y , x ] then I ( T - 1 ) = A ( T ) which shows that T is

**closed**if ...

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We begin by defining a certain type of “ spectrum ” for the formal differential

operator t . 1 DEFINITION . Let T be a

set of complex numbers such that the range of 11 - T is not

We begin by defining a certain type of “ spectrum ” for the formal differential

operator t . 1 DEFINITION . Let T be a

**closed**operator in Hilbert space . Then theset of complex numbers such that the range of 11 - T is not

**closed**is called the ...Page 1902

9 ( 568 ) remarks on , ( 607 - 609 ) , ( 612 ) for unbounded

9 . 4 ( 601 ) Cauchy integral theorem , ( 225 ) Cauchy problem , ( 613 - 614 ) , (

639 - 641 ) Cauchy sequence , generalized , ( 28 ) in a metric space , 1 . 6 .

9 ( 568 ) remarks on , ( 607 - 609 ) , ( 612 ) for unbounded

**closed**operators , VII .9 . 4 ( 601 ) Cauchy integral theorem , ( 225 ) Cauchy problem , ( 613 - 614 ) , (

639 - 641 ) Cauchy sequence , generalized , ( 28 ) in a metric space , 1 . 6 .

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Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | 903 |

Spectral Representation | 911 |

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