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

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Clearly B ( f ) = 0 for those f which vanish in a

Clearly B ( f ) = 0 for those f which vanish in a

**neighborhood**of a . Thus B is a boundary value for t at a . To prove the converse , let B be a boundary value at a . Choose a function h in C ( 1 ) which is identically equal to one in a ...Page 1733

Q.E.D. Lemma 18 enables us to use the method of proof of Theorem 2 in the

Q.E.D. Lemma 18 enables us to use the method of proof of Theorem 2 in the

**neighborhood**of the boundary of a domain with smooth boundary . This is carried out in the next two lemmas . 19 LEMMA . Let o be an elliptic formal partial ...Page 1734

Let U , C1 , be a bounded

Let U , C1 , be a bounded

**neighborhood**of q chosen so small that BU , ÇE , and so that there exists a mapping o of U , onto the unit spherical**neighborhood**V of the origin such that ( i ) q is one - to - one , is infinitely often ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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