## Linear Operators: Part III: Spectral Operators [by] Nelson Dunford and Jacob T. Schwartz, with the Assistance of William G. Bade and Robert G. Bartle, Volume 1 |

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... L = E ( un ; T + P ) converges strongly , and that , if Ê , is defined by the

equation Ê , = 2 = E ( ^ n ; T ' ) , then we have limp - - | Êg – Epl = 0 . Since Er +

Erzi Elan ; T ) = 1 , I - E , has a finite

VII .

... L = E ( un ; T + P ) converges strongly , and that , if Ê , is defined by the

equation Ê , = 2 = E ( ^ n ; T ' ) , then we have limp - - | Êg – Epl = 0 . Since Er +

Erzi Elan ; T ) = 1 , I - E , has a finite

**dimensional**range for all p . Thus , by LemmaVII .

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( d ) Show that , if H is one -

the projection P has a finite

and A be as in Exercise 11 . ( a ) Show that if we define A * by the equation A * ( s

, t ) ...

( d ) Show that , if H is one -

**dimensional**, the complementary projection 1 - P ofthe projection P has a finite

**dimensional**range . 13 Let H , B ( H ) , y , B , A , . b ,and A be as in Exercise 11 . ( a ) Show that if we define A * by the equation A * ( s

, t ) ...

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( a ) Show that there exists an isometry W in L2 ( R , H ) , whose range has a finite

. ( Hint : Use Exercise 14 , and induction on the

( a ) Show that there exists an isometry W in L2 ( R , H ) , whose range has a finite

**dimensional**complement , such that W ( H + T ) f = HWf for all f in the domain of H. ( Hint : Use Exercise 14 , and induction on the

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Introduction | 1927 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1929 |

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