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may be extended in case the operators considered are normal operators on

Hilbert space . In this section we shall be concerned with

strong ...

**Perturbation**Theory The general**perturbation**theory discussed in Section VII.6may be extended in case the operators considered are normal operators on

Hilbert space . In this section we shall be concerned with

**perturbation**in thestrong ...

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Karlin , s . 1 . Unconditional convergence in Banach spaces . Bull . Amer . Math .

Soc . 54 , 148-152 ( 1948 ) . 2 . Bases in Banach spaces . Duke Math . J. 15 , 971-

985 ( 1948 ) . Kato , T. 1 . On the convergence of the

Karlin , s . 1 . Unconditional convergence in Banach spaces . Bull . Amer . Math .

Soc . 54 , 148-152 ( 1948 ) . 2 . Bases in Banach spaces . Duke Math . J. 15 , 971-

985 ( 1948 ) . Kato , T. 1 . On the convergence of the

**perturbation**method , I , II .Page 1916

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of , VII.6 , VII.8.1–2 ( 597-598 ) , VII.8.4–5 ( 598 )

generator of a semi - group , ( 630-639 ) Peter - Weyl theorem , XI.1.4 ( 940 )

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... IV.7

**Perturbation**of bounded linear operators , remarks on , ( 611-612 ) studyof , VII.6 , VII.8.1–2 ( 597-598 ) , VII.8.4–5 ( 598 )

**Perturbation**of infinitesimalgenerator of a semi - group , ( 630-639 ) Peter - Weyl theorem , XI.1.4 ( 940 )

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BAlgebras | 859 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

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