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

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However , the first matrix on the right is not an isometry , but only a

However , the first matrix on the right is not an isometry , but only a

**partial**isometry in the precise sense given in the following definition . 4 DEFINITION . A bounded linear operator P in Hilbert space v is called a**partial**isometry ...Page 1249

Thus PP * is a projection whose range is N = PM , the final domain of P. To complete the proof it will suffice to show that P * P is a projection if P is a

Thus PP * is a projection whose range is N = PM , the final domain of P. To 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 domain of P. Then the identity ...Page 1705

It follows from Lemma 3.47 that foszl is a solution of the

It follows from Lemma 3.47 that foszl is a solution of the

**partial**differential equation ( 1 ) Telo Sal ) = ay ( Ex ) ɛP - IJ losz ) = { " ( go Sz ' ) , | JSP in the domain ε - 11 . Let ε be so small that the domain ε - 11 contains the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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