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

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( 66 ) sup \ y * ( x ) = lal , 2 c B ; veY and that in consequence Corollary 22 is valid

for functions f ( x , s ) with values in

generalizes , with hardly any change in its proof , to the space of functions f with

values ...

( 66 ) sup \ y * ( x ) = lal , 2 c B ; veY and that in consequence Corollary 22 is valid

for functions f ( x , s ) with values in

**Hilbert space**. Therefore , Corollary 23generalizes , with hardly any change in its proof , to the space of functions f with

values ...

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Then there exists a

such that Ax PQx , XEH , P denoting the orthogonal projection of Hi on H. 29 Let {

Tn } be a sequence of bounded operators in

...

Then there exists a

**Hilbert space**H , 2H , and an orthogonal projection Q in ø ,such that Ax PQx , XEH , P denoting the orthogonal projection of Hi on H. 29 Let {

Tn } be a sequence of bounded operators in

**Hilbert space**H. Then there exists a...

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Self Adjoint Operators in

Jacob T. Schwartz. APPENDIX

field 0 of complex numbers , together with a complex function ( : , • ) defined on Ø

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Self Adjoint Operators in

**Hilbert Space**. Spectral theory. Part II Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz. APPENDIX

**Hilbert space**is a linear vector space H over thefield 0 of complex numbers , together with a complex function ( : , • ) defined on Ø

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Preliminary Notions | 865 |

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