## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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... then ( a ) the essential spectrum of T is a subset of the real axis which is bounded below ; ( b ) the deficiency indices of T are

... then ( a ) the essential spectrum of T is a subset of the real axis which is bounded below ; ( b ) the deficiency indices of T are

**equal**. ܕ PROOF .Page 1539

A6 Lett be a regular formally symmetric formal differential operator on [ 0 , 0 ) with

A6 Lett be a regular formally symmetric formal differential operator on [ 0 , 0 ) with

**equal**deficiency indices , and let 2 be a real number .Page 1735

Let ε be so small that the domain ε - 11 contains the cube C , and let & in CO ( E " ) be identically

Let ε be so small that the domain ε - 11 contains the cube C , and let & in CO ( E " ) be identically

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