## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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A bounded measurable function q on R is in the Ly - closed linear subspace of Lo ( R ) which is

A bounded measurable function q on R is in the Ly - closed linear subspace of Lo ( R ) which is

**determined**by the characters in any neighborhood of its ...Page 1321

The matrices I ( yi ) and I ' = = ( Vís ) in the preceding theorem are uniquely

The matrices I ( yi ) and I ' = = ( Vís ) in the preceding theorem are uniquely

**determined**by the jump equations and by the boundary conditions defining T.Page 1323

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**determine**the u * + v * = ( p * + q * ) - ( u * + v * ) - = ( n + k ... By symmetry ( Vis ) and ( Vás ) are also**determined**uniquely by the jump ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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