## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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By elementary arguments such as those employed in the third paragraph of the

proof of Lemma 6 , which we leave to the reader to elaborate in detail , we may

conclude that to establish ( a ) in general it is

By elementary arguments such as those employed in the third paragraph of the

proof of Lemma 6 , which we leave to the reader to elaborate in detail , we may

conclude that to establish ( a ) in general it is

**sufficient**to consider the case in ...Page 1449

for do

0e ( T ) is void . ( d ) If a ( t ) → - 00 , if q is monotone decreasing for

large t , if 1 g ( t ) ' \ 1 ( g ( t ) ) " dt < 0 Tg ( t ) 13 / 2 ) = g ( + ) 5 / 2 for ao

...

for do

**sufficiently**large , and if Ig ( t ) - % dt < 00 Jao for a ,**sufficiently**large , then0e ( T ) is void . ( d ) If a ( t ) → - 00 , if q is monotone decreasing for

**sufficiently**large t , if 1 g ( t ) ' \ 1 ( g ( t ) ) " dt < 0 Tg ( t ) 13 / 2 ) = g ( + ) 5 / 2 for ao

**sufficiently**...

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... we will have established that o ( : , 2 , ) has at least n + 1 zeros in ( a , b ) ,

contradicting the fact that he is in Jn . It is

zero in ( a , zı ] , for then it will follow by symmetry that oli , 22 ) has a zero in [ zą ,

b ) .

... we will have established that o ( : , 2 , ) has at least n + 1 zeros in ( a , b ) ,

contradicting the fact that he is in Jn . It is

**sufficient**to prove that o ( : , 22 ) has azero in ( a , zı ] , for then it will follow by symmetry that oli , 22 ) has a zero in [ zą ,

b ) .

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### Contents

IX | 859 |

Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | 903 |

Spectral Representation | 911 |

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Linear Operators, Part 1 Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz,William G. Bade,Robert G. Bartle Snippet view - 1958 |

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