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**SPECTRAL**OPERATORS XV .**Spectral**Operators XVI .**Spectral**Operators : Sufficient Conditions XVII . Algebras of**Spectral**Operators XVIII . Unbounded**Spectral**Operators XIX . Perturbations of**Spectral**Operators with Discrete**Spectra**XX .Page 933

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**spectra**of A and its minimal normal extension and other questions are investigated . Halmos [ 9 ] also considers the relation of the**spectra**. The**spectral**sets of von Neumann .Page 988

will introduce a basic notion in the study of the problem of

will introduce a basic notion in the study of the problem of

**spectral**synthesis . 10 DEFINITION . The**spectral**set o ( 9 ) of a bounded measurable function q on R is the set of all characters on R which are contained in the Ly - closed ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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