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

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(a) If f is 1-measurable, then the

b) For f, geL1(R) the

the convolution f* g of f and g, which is defined by the equation </*g><w> ...

(a) If f is 1-measurable, then the

**function f**(a:—y) is a i.><1-measurable function. (b) For f, geL1(R) the

**function f**(.2:—y)g(y) is integrable in y for almost all m andthe convolution f* g of f and g, which is defined by the equation </*g><w> ...

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Q.E.D. It should be recalled that for y in R the y translate ty of a

defined by the equation f ( x ) = f ( x − y ) . A set of functions on R is said to be

closed under translations if , for every y in R , t , belongs to the set whenever f

does .

Q.E.D. It should be recalled that for y in R the y translate ty of a

**function f**on R isdefined by the equation f ( x ) = f ( x − y ) . A set of functions on R is said to be

closed under translations if , for every y in R , t , belongs to the set whenever f

does .

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4 If f is a non-negative function in AP, and M (/) = 0 (in the notation of Exercise 2)

then f = 0. 5 A continuous

almost periodic if for each a > 0 there exists a number L(s) such that each circle in

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4 If f is a non-negative function in AP, and M (/) = 0 (in the notation of Exercise 2)

then f = 0. 5 A continuous

**function f**of two real variables .1: = (a:1,.1:2) is calledalmost periodic if for each a > 0 there exists a number L(s) such that each circle in

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Preliminary Notions | 865 |

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