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We presuppose a familiarity with the real and

extended real number system we mean the real numbers with the symbols +oo

and — oo adjoined; by the extended

We presuppose a familiarity with the real and

**complex number**systems. By theextended real number system we mean the real numbers with the symbols +oo

and — oo adjoined; by the extended

**complex number**system we mean the ...Page 238

During the course of the investigation a

of the spaces to be considered and ... With the one exception of Hilbert space,

each of them will consist of real or

During the course of the investigation a

**number**of interesting special propertiesof the spaces to be considered and ... With the one exception of Hilbert space,

each of them will consist of real or

**complex**valued functions /, g defined on a ...Page 556

Spectral Theory in a Finite Dimensional Space Throughout this section, 3£ will

denote a finite dimensional complex ... The spectrum a(T) of an operator T in a

finite dimensional fi-space is the set of

...

Spectral Theory in a Finite Dimensional Space Throughout this section, 3£ will

denote a finite dimensional complex ... The spectrum a(T) of an operator T in a

finite dimensional fi-space is the set of

**complex numbers**X such that XI — T is not...

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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