## Linear Operators: General theory |

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Preface In the two parts of Linear Operators we endeavor to give a

comprehensive survey of the general

survey of the application of this general

classical analysis.

Preface In the two parts of Linear Operators we endeavor to give a

comprehensive survey of the general

**theory**of linear operations, together with asurvey of the application of this general

**theory**to the diverse fields of moreclassical analysis.

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of arbitrary operators into the first part; all material relating to the

completely reducible operators into the second part. Of course, we have

occasionally ...

**theory**of spaces and operators, and all material pertaining to the spectral**theory**of arbitrary operators into the first part; all material relating to the

**theory**ofcompletely reducible operators into the second part. Of course, we have

occasionally ...

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close to Chapter XIII, and also discusses some points of the

Chapter XIX. Surveying in netrospect the

twenty chapters, it seems to the authors that the general

chapters, ...

close to Chapter XIII, and also discusses some points of the

**theory**given inChapter XIX. Surveying in netrospect the

**theories**presented in the followingtwenty chapters, it seems to the authors that the general

**theory**of the first sevenchapters, ...

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries | 34 |

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