## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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<e> = Tm (s)Then fl is a bounded

. For each real $0, let .9?“ be the

) <12:/><:> vs). e > so. otherwise. ll ll Q *1 By Corollary 22, it follows that there is ...

<e> = Tm (s)Then fl is a bounded

**mapping**of the space L¢(L,(S)) into itself. Pnoor. For each real $0, let .9?“ be the

**mapping**in Lq(L,(S)) defined by the formula <41) <12:/><:> vs). e > so. otherwise. ll ll Q *1 By Corollary 22, it follows that there is ...

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Let .11 :1, —>I, be a

I, whenever C is a compact subset of I,; (b) (M(-)),eC°°(I,), j= l,....n,. Then (i) for

each (p in C°°(I,), <poM will denote the function Ip in C°°(I1) defined, for .1: in I1, ...

Let .11 :1, —>I, be a

**mapping**of I1 into I, such that (a) M*'C is a compact subset ofI, whenever C is a compact subset of I,; (b) (M(-)),eC°°(I,), j= l,....n,. Then (i) for

each (p in C°°(I,), <poM will denote the function Ip in C°°(I1) defined, for .1: in I1, ...

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The

Lemmas 3.22 and 3.23, and evidently

Definition 3.15 that it

H§ ...

The

**mapping**g —> Eg[C is a continuous**mapping**of H"')(e'1I) into H“"(C) byLemmas 3.22 and 3.23, and evidently

**maps**C§°(I) into C§°(C). It follows fromDefinition 3.15 that it

**maps**H{,'l(s'1I) into Hf,'l(C). Thus, f£=E(foS;1)lC belongs toH§ ...

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