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If we put E ( S ) = 0 when d n o T ) is void , then

If we put E ( S ) = 0 when d n o T ) is void , then

**Corollary**4 follows immediately from Theorem 1 and**Corollary**IX.3.15 . Q.E.D. 5 DEFINITION . The uniquely defined spectral measure associated , in**Corollary**4 , with the normal ...Page 1142

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**COROLLARY**. ( a ) The mapping T is a bounded map of C , into Cp , 1 < p < 0 . ( b ) If His anti - Hermitian , then the anti - Hermitian part of tH is nH . ( c ) TH leaves invariant the range of each of the projections Ex of Theorem 5 ...Page 1301

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**COROLLARY**. Let t be a formal differential operator of order n on an interval I with end points a , b , and suppose that the end point a is fixed . Then the functionals A ; ( ) = f ( a ) , i = 0 , ... , n - 1 , form a complete ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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