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

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preceding remarks that the final conclusion of the lemma is equivalent to the

preceding remarks that the final conclusion of the lemma is equivalent to the

**statement**that | det ( A ) ( A - 1x , y ) = \ y ||| A || n - I ( n - 1 ) - ( n - 1 ) / 2 . Now , since W is unitary , det ( A ) = det ( W - 1 AW ) and ( A ...Page 1051

**Statement**( i ) is evident from Definition 1.**Statements**( ii ) and ( iii ) are evident consequences of Definition 1 and of the formulae En Sen g ( x ) dx = Sen ( Ux ) dx , 9 Sen clax ) dx = 121 - SemP ( ) dx , " which are valid for ...Page 1756

Hence we find that if \ y < r , f ( y ) = 0 , and

Hence we find that if \ y < r , f ( y ) = 0 , and

**statement**( i ) is fully proved . ( B ) The uniqueness of the function V of the theorem is an evident consequence of**statement**( i ) . Moreover ,**statement**( i ) enables us to reduce the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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