## Linear Operators: Spectral Theory : Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space, Volume 2 |

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This , however , follows from Lemma 3.5 and from

also follows , from Lemma 3.5 ,

of M ( y ) in Rom has the asymptotic representation co m = 1 Én ~ 2n + a + 2a + ...

This , however , follows from Lemma 3.5 and from

**formulas**( 16 ) and ( 14 ) . Italso follows , from Lemma 3.5 ,

**formula**( 16 ) , and**formula**( 14 ) , that the zero Šrof M ( y ) in Rom has the asymptotic representation co m = 1 Én ~ 2n + a + 2a + ...

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On the other hand , it follows from the asymptotic

excise from the angle A of the p - plane ( defined by

radius ε ...

On the other hand , it follows from the asymptotic

**formula**( 26 ) and from the**formula**( 21 ) giving the form of the kernel defining the operator Gu that if weexcise from the angle A of the p - plane ( defined by

**formula**( 8 ) ) a circle ofradius ε ...

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It follows immediately from

in the form ( 55 ) ( B , G.J ) = hel- uŹ ... The coefficients a , a ' in the constant terms

of A ( u ) and A ' ( u ) are of course the same constants at a , and be of

It follows immediately from

**formulas**( 52 ) and ( 34 ) that ( B , Guf ) can be writtenin the form ( 55 ) ( B , G.J ) = hel- uŹ ... The coefficients a , a ' in the constant terms

of A ( u ) and A ' ( u ) are of course the same constants at a , and be of

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Introduction | 1927 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1929 |

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