## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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Just as in the case of a bounded operator the

Just as in the case of a bounded operator the

**resolvent**set p ( T ) of an operator T is defined to be the set of all complex numbers a such that ( 21 - T ) - exists as an everywhere defined bounded operator .Page 1330

Spectral Theory : Compact

Spectral Theory : Compact

**Resolvents**We saw in Section 2 that with each formally self adjoint formal differential ... of such extensions T in the important special case in which the**resolvent**R ( 2 ; T ) is compact for a non - real .Page 1422

Thus , from [ ft ] is follows that –i is in the

Thus , from [ ft ] is follows that –i is in the

**resolvent**set of S. Let Mo be the largest real number such that the whole interval [ -i , -Moi ) of the negative imaginary axis is in the**resolvent**set of S. Since , by Lemma XII.1.3 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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