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( b ) Any irreducible representation of G is

representations R ( « ) . ... in a complete set of representations is

number of distinct classes of G . The main aim of the representation theory of

compact groups is to ...

( b ) Any irreducible representation of G is

**equivalent**to one of therepresentations R ( « ) . ... in a complete set of representations is

**equal**to thenumber of distinct classes of G . The main aim of the representation theory of

compact groups is to ...

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Then both deficiency indices of t are

extensions of Tolt ) have the same set of non - isolated points , and this set is

5 and ...

Then both deficiency indices of t are

**equal**. Moreover , all the self adjointextensions of Tolt ) have the same set of non - isolated points , and this set is

**equal**to oclt ) . PROOF . The second assertion follows immediately from Theorem5 and ...

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A6 Let T be a regular formally symmetric formal differential operator on [ 0 , 00 )

with

distance from 2 to the essential spectrum of 1 is less than or

if there ...

A6 Let T be a regular formally symmetric formal differential operator on [ 0 , 00 )

with

**equal**deficiency indices , and let à be a real number . Prove that thedistance from 2 to the essential spectrum of 1 is less than or

**equal**to K if and onlyif there ...

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