## Linear operators. 2. Spectral theory : self adjoint operators in Hilbert Space |

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Then the kernels K ij of Lemma 5 satisfy i K ; j ( s , t ) = 0 - ii unless either s < t or i = 1 , · 1 , and s and t lie in the same

Then the kernels K ij of Lemma 5 satisfy i K ; j ( s , t ) = 0 - ii unless either s < t or i = 1 , · 1 , and s and t lie in the same

**interval**of the complement of C. Conversely , if the kernels Ki ; have this property , then F is a ...Page 1279

In this whole chapter , the letter I will denote an

In this whole chapter , the letter I will denote an

**interval**of the real axis . The**interval**I can be open , half - open , or closed . The**interval**( a , oo ) is considered to be half - open ; the**interval**( -00 , +00 ) to be open .Page 1595

( 11 ) In the

( 11 ) In the

**interval**( a , b ) , let Q be defined as in ( 7 ) . Assume that 0 , lim Q ( t ) SP ( ) - 1 / 2dt C. Then the essential spectrum of t is the half - line [ c , c ) ( 7.66 ) . ( 12 ) In the**interval**( a , b ) let t 2 Z ( 1 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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