## Linear Operators: Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space. Spectral theory. Part II |

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given a > 0 there is an integer N ...

and thus limn - 40012,1 + = 0. Since || xml + -lynl + I S \ Xm - ynl + = 12,1+ , we

see ...

**Consequently**there is a number M such that 12m + SM , m = 1 , 2 , .... Moreover ,given a > 0 there is an integer N ...

**Consequently**, limno sup ( 12,1+ ) 2 = Me ,and thus limn - 40012,1 + = 0. Since || xml + -lynl + I S \ Xm - ynl + = 12,1+ , we

see ...

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With boundary conditions A , the eigenvalues are

from the equation sin vā = 0 .

numbers of the form ( na ) , n 2 1 ; in Case C , the numbers { ( n + ] ) a } " , n 2 0.

With boundary conditions A , the eigenvalues are

**consequently**to be determinedfrom the equation sin vā = 0 .

**Consequently**, in Case A , the eigenvalues are thenumbers of the form ( na ) , n 2 1 ; in Case C , the numbers { ( n + ] ) a } " , n 2 0.

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with the kernel s < t , Il > 0 t < s , Il > 0 sin Văs ( cos Vīt + i sin Vāt ) va sin Vāt ( cos

văs + i sin Văs ) va sin Văs ( cos Vā - i sin Vīt ) va sin Vāt ( cos Vīs- i sin Vās ) va ...

**Consequently**, by Theorem 3.16 , the resolvent R ( 2 ; T ) is an integral operatorwith the kernel s < t , Il > 0 t < s , Il > 0 sin Văs ( cos Vīt + i sin Vāt ) va sin Vāt ( cos

văs + i sin Văs ) va sin Văs ( cos Vā - i sin Vīt ) va sin Vāt ( cos Vīs- i sin Vās ) va ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Preliminary Notions | 865 |

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