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

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**topology**, i.e. , Tnx → Tx for every x in the space upon which the , operators T , T1 , T2 , ... , are defined . > > n n 1 LEMMA . Let S , T , S. , T. , n 21 be bounded linear operators in Sn , Hilbert space with S S , T → T in the ...Page 1420

( a ' ) The

( a ' ) The

**topology**of the Hilbert space D ( T ( T ) ) is the same as its relative**topology**as a subspace of the Hilbert space D ( T2 ( t + ' ) ) . Indeed , let { In } be a sequence in D ( T1 ( ) ) . Suppose that { / s } converges to ...Page 1921

F ( 1550 ) Subadditive function , definition , ( 618 ) Subbase for a

F ( 1550 ) Subadditive function , definition , ( 618 ) Subbase for a

**topology**, 1.4.6 ( 10 ) criterion for , 1.4.8 ( 11 ) Subspace , of a linear space , ( 36 ) . ( See also Manifold ) Summability , of Fourier series , IV.14.34-51 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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