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T1 , T2 , . . . , are defined . 1 LEMMA . Let S , T , S , , Tm , n 2 1 be bounded linear

operators in Hilbert space with Sn + S , T , → T in the strong operator

**topology**, i . e . , T . X → Tx for every x in the space upon which the operators T ,T1 , T2 , . . . , are defined . 1 LEMMA . Let S , T , S , , Tm , n 2 1 be bounded linear

operators in Hilbert space with Sn + S , T , → T in the strong operator

**topology**.Page 1420

( a ' ) The

a sequence in D ( T1 ( T ) ) . Suppose that { n } converges to zero in the

of D ...

( a ' ) The

**topology**of the Hilbert space D ( T1 ( ) ) is the same as its relative**topology**as a subspace of the Hilbert space D ( T ( 7 + ? ' ) ) . Indeed , let { { n } bea sequence in D ( T1 ( T ) ) . Suppose that { n } converges to zero in the

**topology**of D ...

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6 . 16 ( 272 ) complex case , IV . 6 . 17 ( 274 ) remarks on , ( 383 – 385 ) Strictly

convex B - space , definition , VII . 7 ( 458 ) Strictly convex B - space , definition ,

VII . 7 ( 458 ) Strong operator

6 . 16 ( 272 ) complex case , IV . 6 . 17 ( 274 ) remarks on , ( 383 – 385 ) Strictly

convex B - space , definition , VII . 7 ( 458 ) Strictly convex B - space , definition ,

VII . 7 ( 458 ) Strong operator

**topology**, definition , VI . 1 . 2 ( 475 ) properties , VI .### What people are saying - Write a review

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