## 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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This elementary observation suggests that it might be easier to give certain

convolutions an integral representation if we use the integral of

functions , and this we shall do . We begin by defining the convolution integral (

19 ) ...

This elementary observation suggests that it might be easier to give certain

convolutions an integral representation if we use the integral of

**vector**valuedfunctions , and this we shall do . We begin by defining the convolution integral (

19 ) ...

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... and this limit is clearly zero . Thus ( 1o I – T ' ) y = 0 . It will next be shown that

the

view of Corollary II . 3 . 13 , suffice to show that x * ( x - y ) = 0 for every linear ...

... and this limit is clearly zero . Thus ( 1o I – T ' ) y = 0 . It will next be shown that

the

**vector**x - y is in the closure of the manifold ( 101 – T ' ) X . To see this it will , inview of Corollary II . 3 . 13 , suffice to show that x * ( x - y ) = 0 for every linear ...

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... theorem analogous to Theorem 12 . 26 THEOREM . Let N be an X - closed

invariant subspace in X * and let be a functional whose carrier is in ( * . If Nn N ( *

) = ( 0 ) , then there exists a

... theorem analogous to Theorem 12 . 26 THEOREM . Let N be an X - closed

invariant subspace in X * and let be a functional whose carrier is in ( * . If Nn N ( *

) = ( 0 ) , then there exists a

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS XV Spectral Operators | 1924 |

Introduction | 1925 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1928 |

Copyright | |

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