## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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this is far from clear , and it is of considerable interest to find non - trivial invariant subspaces for a given

this is far from clear , and it is of considerable interest to find non - trivial invariant subspaces for a given

**operator**. It is not known whether every**operator**, distinct from the zero and identity**operators**, has a non - trivial ...Page 1272

It may be proved that D. and D are the same manifolds introduced in Definition 4.9 , and that an isometric

It may be proved that D. and D are the same manifolds introduced in Definition 4.9 , and that an isometric

**operator**V is unitary if and only if D ( V ) = H = R ( V ) , i.e. , if d = 0 ) = d_ . Also it is clear that a closed isometric ...Page 1290

that since time ( 1,7 ) * , the

that since time ( 1,7 ) * , the

**operator**n d i di Σ ( ( -1 ) ( ) * 2.60 ) CO Pilt ) dt low i = 0 . is formally self adjoint provided only that the coefficients p . are real . In the same way , the formal differential**operator**( i / 2 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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