## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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If I is a closed ideal in the commutative B - algebra X then the quotient algebra X / I is isometrically isomorphic to the field of

If I is a closed ideal in the commutative B - algebra X then the quotient algebra X / I is isometrically isomorphic to the field of

**complex**numbers if and ...Page 872

**complex**variable that { P ( 2 ) } also converges uniformly on G. For each 1 in G and each x in X define x ( 2 ) = lim P ( 2 ) where { Pn } is a sequence of ...Page 887

... in Hilbert space the theory in n - dimensional unitary space associated with the classical reduction of a finite normal matrix of

... in Hilbert space the theory in n - dimensional unitary space associated with the classical reduction of a finite normal matrix of

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BAlgebras | 859 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

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