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Q.E.D. We now turn to a discussion of the specific form assumed in the present case by the abstract “

Q.E.D. We now turn to a discussion of the specific form assumed in the present case by the abstract “

**boundary values**” introduced in the last chapter . We shall see that the discussion leads us to a number of results about deficiency ...Page 1307

ON

ON

**boundary values**C1 , C2 , D1 , D , where C1 , C , are**boundary values**at a and D , D , are**boundary values**at b ... Let A be any**boundary value**for T. Since t is real , D ( T ; ( T ) ) is closed under the formation of complex ...Page 1471

if 7 has no

if 7 has no

**boundary values**at b ; while if t has**boundary values**at b , we may find two real**boundary values**D2 ... By Theorem 2.30 and Corollary 2.31 , a set of boundary conditions defining a self adjoint restriction T of T ( T ) is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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