## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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We shall need to use the notion of the Hilbert space adjoint of an operator which

is not necessarily bounded and this concept is formulated in the following

definition . 4 DEFINITION . If the domain D ( T ) of the operator T is

then the ...

We shall need to use the notion of the Hilbert space adjoint of an operator which

is not necessarily bounded and this concept is formulated in the following

definition . 4 DEFINITION . If the domain D ( T ) of the operator T is

**dense**in Hthen the ...

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The Canonical Factorization In this section we shall prove that each closed

operator T with

where A is a positive ( i . e . , ( Ax , x ) 2 0 , X E D ( A ) ) self adjoint transformation

...

The Canonical Factorization In this section we shall prove that each closed

operator T with

**dense**domain in Hilbert space has a unique factorization T = PA ,where A is a positive ( i . e . , ( Ax , x ) 2 0 , X E D ( A ) ) self adjoint transformation

...

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Let T be a symmetric operator with domain D ( T )

) , we have | ( T + il ) x | 2 = ( Tx , Tx ) Fi ( x , Tx ) + i ( Tx , x ) + ( x , x ) = \ Tx12 + \ x |

2 2 \ x12 . This shows that if ( T + il ) x = 0 , then x = 0 and so the operators T il ...

Let T be a symmetric operator with domain D ( T )

**dense**in H . Then if x is in D ( T) , we have | ( T + il ) x | 2 = ( Tx , Tx ) Fi ( x , Tx ) + i ( Tx , x ) + ( x , x ) = \ Tx12 + \ x |

2 2 \ x12 . This shows that if ( T + il ) x = 0 , then x = 0 and so the operators T il ...

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Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

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Linear Operators, Part 1 Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz,William G. Bade,Robert G. Bartle Snippet view - 1958 |

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