## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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If T is a symmetric operator with dense domain , then it has proper symmetric extensions provided both of its deficiency

If T is a symmetric operator with dense domain , then it has proper symmetric extensions provided both of its deficiency

**indices**are different from zero .Page 1398

Let t be a formally self adjoint formal differential operator defined on an interval I. If the minimum of the deficiency

Let t be a formally self adjoint formal differential operator defined on an interval I. If the minimum of the deficiency

**indices**of T ( T ) is k , then for ...Page 1610

( 16 ) Suppose that ( a , b ) = [ 0 , 0 ) , that the deficiency

( 16 ) Suppose that ( a , b ) = [ 0 , 0 ) , that the deficiency

**indices**of t are equal and that there exists a sequence { / n } of square - integrable ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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