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To prove the normality of R we shall use this

To prove the normality of R we shall use this

**remark**inductively . Let F , and F , be disjoint closed sets in R. We select an open set G , in R such that Fin K , CG , Gin F , = 0 , and then choose an open set Hį such that F , OKC H.Page 1381

By the

By the

**remark**following Definition 2.29 , the two linear functionals | → | ( 0 ) and | → | ( 1 ) form a complete set of boundary values for t , and the most general self adjoint extension T , of To ( T ) is defined by a boundary ...Page 1472

We summarize the above

We summarize the above

**remarks**for future reference in the following lemma . ... By**remark**( b ) preceding Lemma 41 , the adjoint of T * of T is the restriction of T ( T ) defined by the boundary conditions B ( if t has boundary values ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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