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

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Section XI.4 . A similar

find all of the closed in variant subspaces for the operator of multiplication by z on

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**problem**is related to the**problem**of spectral synthesis to be discussed inSection XI.4 . A similar

**problem**was discussed by Beurling [ 4 ] , who was able tofind all of the closed in variant subspaces for the operator of multiplication by z on

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In general , st " u ( dt ) is called the nth moment with respect to the origin and the

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In general , st " u ( dt ) is called the nth moment with respect to the origin and the

**problem**proposed and solved by Stieltjes is to find a mass distribution u on ( 0 , 0) which has prescribed moments . The Hamburger moment

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adjoint extension is of crucial importance in determining whether the spectral

theorem may be employed . If the answer to this

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**problem**of determining whether a given symmetric operator has a selfadjoint extension is of crucial importance in determining whether the spectral

theorem may be employed . If the answer to this

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Preliminary Notions | 865 |

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