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A bounded operator is

A bounded operator is

**closed**if and only if its domain is**closed**. Proof . If A , is the isometric automorphism in H oH which maps ( x , y ] into [ y , x ] then I ( T - 1 ) = A T ( T ) which shows that T is**closed**if and only if T - 1 ...Page 1226

Q.E.D. It follows from Lemma 6 ( b ) that any symmetric operator with dense domain has a unique minimal

Q.E.D. It follows from Lemma 6 ( b ) that any symmetric operator with dense domain has a unique minimal

**closed**symmetric extension . This fact leads us to make the following definition . 7 DEFINITION . The minimal**closed**symmetric ...Page 1393

Let T be a

Let T be a

**closed**operator in Hilbert space . Then the set of complex numbers 2 such that the range of AI -T is not**closed**is called the essential spectrum of T and is denoted by 0 ( T ) . It is clear that o . ( T ) Co ( T ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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