## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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How are we to choose its

the collection D , of all functions with one continuous derivative . If f and g are any

two such functions , we have ( iDf , g ) = So if ( ! ) g ( t ) dt = So ' f ( t ) ig ' ( t ) dt + i ...

How are we to choose its

**domain**? A natural first guess is to choose as**domain**the collection D , of all functions with one continuous derivative . If f and g are any

two such functions , we have ( iDf , g ) = So if ( ! ) g ( t ) dt = So ' f ( t ) ig ' ( t ) dt + i ...

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The subspace M is called the initial

final

ranges of P * P and PP * are the initial and final

Proof .

The subspace M is called the initial

**domain**of P and PM ( = PH ) is called thefinal

**domain**of P . 5 LEMMA . ... In this case PP * is also a projection and theranges of P * P and PP * are the initial and final

**domains**, respectively , of P .Proof .

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Thus PP * is a projection whose range is N = PM , the final

complete the proof it will suffice to show that P * P is a projection if P is a partial

isometry . Let x , v e M , the initial

Pul2 ...

Thus PP * is a projection whose range is N = PM , the final

**domain**of P . Tocomplete the proof it will suffice to show that P * P is a projection if P is a partial

isometry . Let x , v e M , the initial

**domain**of P . Then the identity \ x + v12 = \ Px +Pul2 ...

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Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

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