## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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In this whole chapter, the letter I will denote an

be half-open; the

compact ...

In this whole chapter, the letter I will denote an

**interval**of the real axis. The**interval**I can be open, half-open, or closed. The**interval**[a, oo) is considered tobe half-open; the

**interval**(—oo, + oo) to be open. Thus a closed**interval**is acompact ...

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(80) In the

then the essential spectrum of -r is void (Berkowitz [1]). Other conditions which

allow the approximate determination of the essential spectrum are the following: (

81) ...

(80) In the

**interval**(0, b] assume that as t ->0, 1 1 t i 9 q( )+ 4:2 + 412 log2t P cothen the essential spectrum of -r is void (Berkowitz [1]). Other conditions which

allow the approximate determination of the essential spectrum are the following: (

81) ...

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(1) If q is bounded below in the

infinity. (2) In the

differentiable function .11 such that (a) p(t)l/2.'lI'(t)M(t)—3/2 is bounded above, ...

(1) If q is bounded below in the

**interval**[0, co), then "r has no boundary values atinfinity. (2) In the

**interval**[0, 00), suppose that there exists a positive continuouslydifferentiable function .11 such that (a) p(t)l/2.'lI'(t)M(t)—3/2 is bounded above, ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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