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Clearly if r - 1

Clearly if r - 1

**exists**then Tx - 17 : = TXT = T.7 , -2 = 1 . If t ;**exists**in B ( x ) , then T2 [ ( T ? ' y ) 2 ] = yz , ( Tipy ) z = 1 + ? ( yz ) , Tide , then az = T ; ' z for every ze X. Also xa = T , a = e = T ( T.e ) = T ...Page 1057

2 ( Vy ) ei ( yu ) dy En form En ly " if PSen 2 ( Vy ) \ y - n pilv , u ) dy

2 ( Vy ) ei ( yu ) dy En form En ly " if PSen 2 ( Vy ) \ y - n pilv , u ) dy

**exists**and V is a rotation of En . Thus , to show that the proper value integral ( 3 )**exists**generally , it is sufficient for us to consider the cases u 0 and ...Page 1733

Then , if f is in HP ( 1 ) and of is in H ( m ) ( I ) , there

Then , if f is in HP ( 1 ) and of is in H ( m ) ( I ) , there

**exists**a neighborhood V of E , such that the restriction of s to VI belongs to H ( 2p + m ) ( VI ) . This lemma will be deduced from the following lemma : 20 LEMMA .### What people are saying - Write a review

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