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P2112, the final domain of P. To complete the proof it will suffice to show that P*P

is a projection if P is a

Then the identity |z+vl2 = |P.r+Pv[2 shows that (x, v)+(v, ac) = (Pm, Pv)+(Pv, Pw).

P2112, the final domain of P. To complete the proof it will suffice to show that P*P

is a projection if P is a

**partial**isometry. Let .11, v EEIR, the initial domain of P.Then the identity |z+vl2 = |P.r+Pv[2 shows that (x, v)+(v, ac) = (Pm, Pv)+(Pv, Pw).

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CHAPTER XIV Linear

The Cauchy Problem, Local Dependence In this chapter, we shall discuss a

variety of theorems having to do with linear

the ...

CHAPTER XIV Linear

**Partial**Differential Equations and Operators l. IntroductionThe Cauchy Problem, Local Dependence In this chapter, we shall discuss a

variety of theorems having to do with linear

**partial**differential operators. Sincethe ...

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. each s > 0, let S , be the map of E" into itself

defined by the equation S£.r=e.z'. It follows from Lemma 3.47 that ]oS;l is a

solution of the

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. each s > 0, let S , be the map of E" into itself

defined by the equation S£.r=e.z'. It follows from Lemma 3.47 that ]oS;l is a

solution of the

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